Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Stainless Steel, Made In...

... & when they manufactured our corps somewhere even farther than planet X,
on the left upper quadrant of our left buttocks
below where they've printed our serial numbers,
they stamped in bold; "CHANGE-RESISTANT"

13 comments:

David said...

Change is easy for the very young. Older folks find change a lot harder to swallow.

Dr O2 said...

change is sth we all have resistnat tendency towards it. There are diff levels but still it exists in all of us...

ChittyChittyBangBang! said...

Change is in inevitable, whether we like it or not. In this life, it is the only thing that is constant and the one thing we can be sure of. Sometimes we change by choice and other times it is forced upon us.
Resisting change is not an option, and life goes on regardless. That in itself signifies change.

Kimia said...

Changing hurts but then it feels good if it's toward improvment. The hardest one is when you have to change to suit the environment not for improvment.

Dr O2 said...

Chitty - yes change is inevitable but there is also the constant fear of changing in diff degrees. But when we move beyond our fear, we are free. Then we find out that change can be pleasent. But change proves to be a stress upon us.

Kimia - Yes this is the feeling we get when facing a new situation. We try to avoid change by any possible means but then we get to the point that, the sooner we let go of the old situation the faster we'll adapt to the new situation.

Em said...

Olas Omid

I suppose we will change according to the situation if it affects me enuf...

Frank said...

...Well dude, you must have overdrunk the glass of "optimism" this time.
Be careful or you may go wild;)

Another Sean K. this time from Portugal.
Halleluiah,

Halleluiah

Halleluiah



we are getting famous:Q

Naficeh said...

don't know why, I'm interesting in experiencing it at least some nights in hospital, I betcha that's much better than staying hours and hours in hospital with no sick! (I mean our faculty Large Animal Hospital.)
Goodluck.

Dr O2 said...

em - the problem is we all have the tendency to resist change! :-)

Frank - with U on that mate!! yeah our fame has surpassed planet X as well ;-)

Naficeh - well it is ok if there are people to visit till 12 but when it gets to 3-4-5 a.m then... :-)

NBB said...

i think taurus people also CHANGE RESISTANT.

Dr O2 said...

NBB - I have no clue :-D Well but if this is a self-experience then I am lost for words :-D

I have certain degrees of resistance myself. Sometimes it becomes intolerable for me myself. But can't really control it.

Behrooz said...

Correct me if I am wrong: from the comments I get the idea that some mistake 'adaptation' for 'change'. Well, yes we all adapt and sometimes accompanied with effusive groans and moans, but 'change'? It is not so often seen, as it is not so often possible.

Dr O2 said...

behrooz - ok that's it. Here take this red pen & correct me from now on :-) a good one sir!

In my openion change is very frequent in our environment. The ability to cope with change is defined as adapting to it. & although the ability exists but there is always this resisting the change phase where we try to change the environment or perhaps make the change go back to the it's previous state...