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Tuesday, March 22, 2011


“…But think about all the change that’s happened in your life. Is it ever bad? Change is growth. That’s how you measure growth. It’s the rings in your tree. Sure, it can be bad temporarily: You’re our of a job, you’re out of your apartment, you’re out of your relationship. But six months or a year down the road, you don’t think, “I wish I still had that job,” or “I wish I still lived there,” or “I wish I was still with her.” Anyone who’s past the age of twenty-five has had several significant changes happen in their lives. They’re always met with resistance. But if you have a rearview mirror, you’ll look back and realize you are happier and better for that experience.”

—Adam Carolla, from In Fifty Years, We’ll All Be Chicks

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