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Master-Apprentice tells the old embattled - Many new and unexpected things have happened in my life lately how I can know when it is time to make changes?
- You're like a student who wishes to take the final exam 5th grade when school is in session and are already halfway through the holiday - says the old without looking at the young apprentice.
- What, Master? What you mean the student asks
- I mean, you know, 'replied the old man.
- Did you know? How is it that I know? - Reacts apprentice, between puzzled and irritated.
- Of course, you know, you've always known. - Insists the wise
- Do not know, teacher. And that is why I come seeking advice.
- Do I have any advice to give you. But it is actually very easy. You can choose to change only one two-letter word in your question and find the answer right there.
- What word?
- Look for it
- A see-examines the young - only two two-letter words "in" and "my". I do not know which could change "in". But, I think I could change "my" by, for example "the" - argues the apprentice.
- Do it.
The learner repeats:
- "Many new and unexpected things have happened lately in the life ..." "Life! That sounds different!"
- Exactly the sage ruling change does not happen in "your" life and "my life", if not "the" life. And you, being part of it, you're not seeing that in life change is the only constant.
- True-seat the apprentice.
- So the changes, new and unexpected stuff of which you speak, are no new or unexpected. And already occurred. And still and will continue to happen. The "time of change" are looking at what you call "your" life, is just exercise late, late, to catch up with the very existence and the universe.