Change

«Change what you can, accept what you can’t, and be smart enough to know the difference»

Wally Lamb


«Times change, as do our wills, What we are - is ever changing; All the world is made of change, And forever attaining new qualities.»

Luís Vaz de Camões


«Nothing stays the same and nothing changes. What is old today will be new tomorrow. What is new today will be forgotten tomorrow.»

Harley King


«You need to experience fear in order to be capable of Universal love. If you can’t acknowledge fear, you can’t change it.»

Nynke Visser


«i think through it all, the hardest part was un-attaching myself to the ones I thought would stay around forever. People change and life changes with it, you've got to fight like mad for everything you love and let go with ease for everything that isn't fitting for you anymore. It is apart of maturing your soul, you attract what you need for that stage of your life, and you grow, as people change and so does life.»

Nikki Rowe


«People can change... no matter where they come from, no matter where they think they ought to go, people can make their own way.»

Rochelle Maya Callen


«It seemed to me that these months of watching and listening, second-guessing words and phrases, seeking so much that was new, had somehow changed me.»

Sara Sheridan


«It’s all about “Priorities” There's No Such Thing as "Busy»

Abhishek Shukla


«Small steps may appear unimpressive, but don't be deceived. They are the means by which perspectives are subtly altered, mountains are gradually scaled, and lives are drastically changed.»

Richelle E. Goodrich


«Pray for change in your heart and not your circumstance, and you will see what will happen.»

Unarine Ramaru


«What possible good does it do to resent any moment for unfolding as it does, to wish it didn't happen? Does it change the moment in any positive way? No it does not.»

Guy Finley


«I am a fashion person, and fashion is not only about clothes -- it's about all kinds of change»

Karl Lagerfeld


«Small things start us in new ways of thinking»

V.S. Naipaul


«... there is no quicker way of growing old than undue indulgence in regular habits. Indeed it seems probable that the reason why so many people die sooner than they should is because they have organised their lives in such a way that there is nothing left for them to do. Change, as is well-known, is not only a law of Nature, but the very breath of existence. And if you rule change out of your life there no longer seems any reason why you should continue altogether.»

Franklin Lushington


«I use to worry about how hard it would be to stay the same. So I changed. Then I worried about how hard it would be to change. So, I stayed the same. Somewhere between staying the same and changing and changing and staying the same I’ve realized that worrying doesn’t change anything.»

Kimberley Alecia Smith


«Disruption causes vast sums of money to flow from existing businesses and business models to new entrants.»

Jay Samit


«What's happened to me,' he thought. It was no dream.»

Franz Kafka


«In my darkest night,»

Stanley Kunitz


«Change is always trivial compared to what doesn't change.»

Marty Rubin


«Time never changes, people do and they blame the time..!»

Vj Nadar


«People change,' Sara said.»

Haruki Murakami


«A man's mind is like his car. If it gets to knocking too much, he'd better have it overhauled or change it.»

Apples of gold


«Time change - Moments don't.»

Abhishek Shukla


«If you do the things you need to do when you need to do them, then someday you can do the things you want do when you want to do them.»

John C. Maxwell


«Turn towards love, and become love.»

Bryant McGill


«The important part of growing older was the growing part. Resisting change meant forever standing still, which was a sad way to live.»

Barbara Delinsky


«You really can change the world if you care enough.»

Marian Wright Edelman


«In education, change is the only constant.»

Dale Vigil


«She had generated alternative versions of herself. She had insisted at brutal cost on these conversions. Layering her life, only to strip it bare. Only to be alone in the end. Her life had been paired down to its solitary components.»

Jhumpa Lahiri


«Invisible lines, unbreakable rules»

Michele L. Rivera