We say, ‘change is inevitable’, believing the span it took to say it is rock solid.
In the tiniest particle, change is evident. In stagnation there is change. Examine a mind or a pool with a microscope to prove it. Examine the bleached remains found on the Arizona border. Flesh today, bone tomorrow.
We don’t have to go that far to observe change. Go look in the bathroom mirror. Really look, . . . closely.
You may be shocked, thrilled and then pleased to be in sync with the sink, mirror, and selfless being.