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15 Quotes from books about changes in life

Change is a huge part of life, but it’s not a part of life that’s easily accepted. But regardless if you love or loath it, change is one thing in life that it always constant.

So how do you feel better about it? How do you accept it? What does it do to our lives?

We’re taking a look at 15 quotes from books about big changes in life and how to embrace them.

1. “Sometimes the one thing you need for growth is the one thing you are afraid to do.”
Shannon L. Alder, 300 Questions to Ask Your Parents Before It’s Too Late

2. “Life changes, so you must hope.”
Katherine Applegate, Home of the Brave

3. “You know, through pain, you learn a lot about yourself–things you thought you never knew you wanted to learn. And it’s kind of like those animals that regrow a part of their body–like a starfish. You might not feel it. You might not even want to grow, but you will. You’ll grow that part that broke off, and that growing, that blooming–cannot happen without the pain.”
Kelle Hampton, Bloom: Finding Beauty in the Unexpected–A Memoir

4. “Things felt a little different and that was OK.
Life would never stay in one place, after all. I was just glad to have my friends.”

J. Aleong, A Most Important Year

5. “Sometimes in life, a sudden situation, a moment in time, alters your whole life, forever changes the road ahead.”
Ahmad Ardalan, Baghdad: The Final Gathering

6. “Sometimes to change a situation you are in requires you to take a giant leap. But, you won’t be able to fly unless you are willing to transform.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

7. “You know, life doesn’t have to be something you watch happen to everybody else. You say you want to change things, but nothing’s going to change until you change it.”
Alexandra Bullen, Wish

8. “I wonder where you got that idea from? I mean, the idea that it’s feeble to change your mind once it’s made up. That’s a wrong idea, you know. Make up your mind about things, by all means – but if something happens to show that you are wrong, then it is feeble not to change your mind, Elizabeth. Only the strongest people have the pluck to change their minds, and say so, if they see they have been wrong in their ideas.”
Enid Blyton, The Naughtiest Girl in the School

9. “Seasons change, people grow together and apart, life moves on. You will be OK, embrace it.”
Alexandra Elle, Words from a Wanderer

10. “Life certainly changes, doesn’t it?” she asked her birth father. “One moment you feel there is no hope, no way out, and the next, the entire world opens up for you.”
Christine Feehan, Dark Wolf

11. “When things happen, live them. When they end, move on. Accept and enjoy bewilderment in the flow.”
Akemi G, Why We Are Born: Remembering Our Purpose through the Akashic Records

12. “People come and go in our lifetime, but we hold onto the ones worth keeping, the ones who have touched our lives in such a way that changes everything we thought we knew or felt; life itself changes.”
Nina Jean Slack, Once Lost, Forever Found

13. “Oh, how wondrous our lives are! How everything can change but in a single instant… We believe we can control our lives as we want, but in truth, we never know what’s coming up. Hence, all we can do, in the end, is enjoy the moments given, pray, and hope for the better. We must always remember that everything will change, and every moment will pass, so it should be embraced whilst it is still within our grasp.”
Tamuna Tsertsvadze, Notes of Oisin: From an Irish Monk to a Skaldic Poet

14. “You will find there are times you must grasp your life with both hands and forcefully steer it in a new direction and then strain to hold your course until the storms of fear, weakness, and doubt abate.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Making Wishes: Quotes, Thoughts, & a Little Poetry for Every Day of the Year

15. “Butterflies are not called butterflies overnight.
They have to undergo tons of changes in order to acquire that name.”

Michael Bassey Johnson, Song of a Nature Lover

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