Change Things

They say, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Grammatical challenges aside, it’s a quote that has indirectly driven many lives in many different aspects. We often get comfortable, complacent, and we start harnessing an attitude of safety over adventure.

This is a good place to be. One can argue that it’s not the best place to be, that a life loaded with changes, curveballs, and adventures galore is preferable to one of stagnant reflection, but that’s debatable. What’s not debatable is the notion of fixing things when they’re not working. This applies on so many levels from a set of nail clippers that aren’t clipping like they used to all the way up to higher levels of thoughts on religion and philosophy that guide our actions. Regardless of the level of importance in your life, if something isn’t working, it’s time to either fix it or change completely.

To some, this sounds like a no-brainer. I would love to say that it applies to most people, but every day I see people who are dissatisfied with aspects of their life but who do nothing to make things better and never entertain the notion of making a change. Don’t wait. Don’t procrastinate. Don’t give in to complacency. Make it better or make it gone. Do something now.

That’s it. Call it a rallying call. Call it a self-help blog post that I needed to put on paper in order to start making some changes in my own life. Call it a lazy way to get exactly 300 words on screen so I can have a blog post for the day. Call it whatever you will but heed the advice. Take a look at what you’re doing and either love it or do something about it.


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Written by JD Rucker
JD Rucker is Editor of this site as well as The New Americana, a Conservative News Aggregator. He is a Christian, a husband, a father, and co-founder of the Federalist Party. Find him on Twitter or Facebook.