We All Resist Change (A Quote by James Hollis)
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What Matters Most: Living a More Considered Life, by James Hollis
1592404995Do not all of us resist change, fearing what may follow the familiar? Do we not resist the ample evidence that the only thing constant is change? Do we not, even in the face of personal precedent and the testimony of all of the great world religions, oppose our own developmental stages, especially our aging and inexorable drift toward dissolution? Is not our chief neurosis—by which I mean estrangement from nature—our desire to hold fast to what is forever transforming, to freeze the familiar, to submit motion to stasis, to solicit immortality through reification and rigidity?
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