The art of life is to live in the present moment, and to make that moment as perfect as we can by the realization that we are the instruments and expression of God Himself.
My happiness grows in direct proportion to my acceptance, and in inverse proportion to my expectations.
If you've ever made change in the offering plate, you might be a redneck.
A changeable God would be no God.
Any particle in this universe can change in relation to any other particle; but take the whole universe as one.
All change is in the screen.
Change can only be in the limited.
Change is always subjective.
Change is always in regard to something which does not change, or which changes relatively less.
Every change is being forced upon us.
Excepting the infinite spirit, everything else is changing. There is the whirl of change.
Everybody is changing.
Change is the nature of all objective things.
Change of the unchangeable would be a contradiction.
It is nature that is changing, not the soul of man. This never changes.
It is the free alone which never changes, and the unchangeable alone which is free; for change is produced by something exterior to a thing, or within itself, which is more powerful than the surroundings.
Not one is constant, but everything is changing.
The body and mind are continually changing, and are, in fact, only names of series of changeful phenomena, like rivers whose waters are in a constant state of flux, yet presenting the appearance of unbroken streams. Every particle in this body is continually changing; no one has the same body for ma
These births and deaths are changes in nature which we are mistaking for changes in us.
We never change, we never die, and we are never born.
The sky never changes: it is the cloud that is changing.
What do we call the river? Every moment the water is changing, the shore is changing, every moment the environment is changing, what is the river then? It is the name of this series of changes.
All objective pleasure in the long run must bring pain, because of the fact of change or death.
Society is an organism which obeys the immutable law of progress; and change, judicious and cautious change, is necessary for the well being, and indeed the preservation of the social system.
All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy; for what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter another.
How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.
The incremental approach to change is effective when what you want is more of what you've already got.
Change of any sort requires courage.
Just stop it. Seriously. Whatever it is. Just stop it. If only for an hour, a day, a week. Stop doing it long enough to get a glimpse of what the change would actually look like.
Goes the song, "we change, we change." But the music is still mine.