The Bold and the New (1 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: MV Sorima

Founder & Owner of: Teensy Weensy Gal

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Blogging and Successful Living Writer


It’s a natural tendency

to want safety,

to fear an anomaly,

to resist any inconsistency.

 

But I’m writing this to let you know,

a change, yes, can be a blow,

but still a noble thing though―

so calm down and don’t let go.

 

For a change, may it be for better or worse,

only shows you’re absolutely alive―

not in dull but in streaming colors,

out of your comfort zone… why not dive?

 

Face and embrace,

open your arms for the new,

then handle them with grace―

make them your gain… not your loss cue.

 

Darling it is nothing,

but the way our lives unfold,

and without a change plotting―

is life that exciting without the bold?


Article Credits: MV Sorima

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

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13 thoughts on “The Bold and the New (1 min read)”

  1. “Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable… Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals.”
    Martin Luther King Jr.
    And I’d would add that we must find and tap our inner source of strength and perseverance, call it faith, discipline, stubbornness. Most of the time we don’t know if our struggle and sacrifice will produce the effects we are hoping. That’s what makes the accomplishment of long term goals such a special event in our lives. A moment of grace for we realize that achieving our goals hasn’t been as important as what we have become by achieving them.

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  2. Great read- love this poem.

    Perhaps it’s because I write poetry myself, but I truly believe it has power.

    This poem, for example, shed light on something I often forget: change exists for a reason. I’ve recently gone through many changes within the past year, from my parents divorce to cutting off my father from my life completely, to entering college.

    It’s overwhelming, but it’s also providing me an opportunity to make something out of the situations I’ve been given. I grow from them, and as you said, that is what makes living exciting!

    I think we often forget how boring a consistent, static life would really be. And how overrated stability is. We don’t get anywhere with a straight line on a graph.

    Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    xoxo
    Angie
    halfthecriteria.wordpress.com

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