One would say that all good things come to an end.
Don’t worry, I ain’t going nowhere. Lol. I’m just observing some things that’s going on around me. My boss deciding to resign, and the CEO of one of the largest corporations in the world stepped down in the same week, same city. Organizations impacted, and the only thing we can focus on is how will their departure affect us?
When I heard the news about both of them I instantly thought that their time had come to an end, and God is still in control. Another chapter for them is another chapter for us as well, right?
The older I get the more I realize that change isn’t always good. Then I thought, change is not good only if we choose to not embrace the shift.
There are two changes that we can expect every year:
Do you find yourself upset or resisting the shift of the above events?
I didn’t think so. When people decide to move on, we should look at the opportunity to embrace change within our lives too.
I was on the highway last week thinking about how the first six months of 2017 has flown by, and July begins on Saturday. For the last 9 years there has always been a shift in my life during the month of July: beginning and ending a job, relocating, school, or completing the first book in my children’s book series.
Change is inevitable.
Let’s remember that it’s all good. Seasons change, and a shift in our life is an opportunity to embrace something amazing on the horizon.