Change is inevitable, as we age we change. As we hold on to expectation, possession, place, to our sense of identity we discover erosion. Of change I notice two modes, attrition and fruition. For the sake of brevity I will consider attrition as the erosive nature of time and fruition as the product of effort. Attrition or fruition are both imbued with the traits of our character and we imbue our character with the habits of thought. It is the habit of thought gives us our worth. It is here that we cast our self, we are either the victim of our circumstance or the authority who makes the best of it.
Michael, The Mystic Tourist ©2012