A farmer understands the laws of nature. He knows that he doesn’t make seeds grow, he plants them, but he doesn’t make them grow. He knows that if there are good rains, and the soil is good, that the seeds will germinate and grow. What happens when the rains don’t come, and the soil isn’t that great? He adds fertilizer, and he waters the ground. He takes action.
Change is like farming. Sometimes the seeds are sown and the environment is optimal for the change. Sometimes it is not.
Often a person must return to the same destructive environment from which they came, and that can make nurturing and establishing the change difficult, if not nearly impossible. To expect the change to establish, but to keep your life as it was (in the case of destructive environments) isn’t ecological at all. You need to take action.
Sometimes its changing elements of an environment, sometimes it is changing the environment itself. Sometimes it doing something differently, sometimes it is not doing anything at all.
You will know the action you need to take, but will you take it?
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