Change enough to become consistantly better


Can we change ourselves if we don’t face the  person we really are?  And I don’t mean knowing what we are like and saying that’s the way I am, tough luck.  Reading books, trying old tactics with new names, sugar coating problems, not being willing to address the truth does not change us.

Someone said (originality comes from forgetting who the source is) –  I am glad God loves us the way we are and loves us enough not to leave us where we are.

Some people feel change means failure, or everything was wrong before and a waste of time.  No one is perfect.  Anyone who does not change is fooling themselves and deceiving others.

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