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    Change

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    Change We don't continue on as we are. We change and are forever changing "if we don't change we don't grow. If we don't grow, we aren't really living" Gail Sheehy, suggests that for change to work efficiently we must learn from what has happened in the past. Change can be a positive force, we have the power to change to create world peace, and on the other hand change can be negative. Having to change your lifestyle after being paralysed in a car accident. "I'm grown peaceful as old

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    Change

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    Change is something that is constantly occurring in our lives. Not a single moment goes by when everything in our lives will remain consistent. Indeed, it has become apparent to us that the only thing which in fact survives change, is change itself. Time and experience allows change to eventually reform and alter everything from the way it originally was. From ourselves physically, to those around us emotionally, to the way in which we perceive the entirety of the world everything it eventually

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    Changes

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    Living in the comfort of what one may deem as ordinary can be easily taken for granted. Knowing what is going to happen gives one a sense of stability. Most do not expect this to change suddenly in an extreme way. This scenario occurs in the film Red Dawn. Two brothers living in a quiet suburban area are thrown into the whirlwind of a communist takeover. In the process they become fugitives of the now ruling Korean forces in there small town in Kansas. Fortunately, Jed, the oldest brother, is military

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    this topic, the word that jumped out at me was “change”. It reminded me that nothing stands still. We are all constantly moving forward, transforming, evolving and changing. We would not be able to advance if we just kept still, not wanting to move, we would get left behind. Time does not wait for anyone, the old dies and is replaced with the young and new. A bud grows into a flower and then into a fruit, a young girl changes into a woman. Morning changes to noon, and then into night and the whole cycle

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    Organic Change

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    accept the change even when the organization believes it might have a positive impact on the overall good of the organization (Mayhew, 2014). However, the one consistent thing in life is the fact it continues to change (Mayhew, 2014). Engaging employees in the change process is a skill many leaders need to learn to utilize, while another talent is being able to know where the organization is in the change process by benchmarking. Tactics that can be used to engage employees in the change process David

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    Welcoming Change

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    is no going back. Bend like the grass, that you do not break” (Markandaya 28). The character Nathan, in Nectar in a Sieve written by Kamala Markandaya accepts change and “bends like the grass”. But the main protagonist, Rukmani, resists change at first. She believes it is better to fight back. Eventually she comes to realize however, change can be good and bad. Markandaya believes it is better to accept what cannot be changed rather than resist it and this is shown throughout her writing. In Nectar

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    Change the World

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    though the phase “world changer” has been spreading like wild fire specifically among the young adults in the church and high Christian education. This quest to change the world and redefine the church’s mission has Christian college student on the edge of their seats and egger to graduate and enter the mission field. In this book To Change the World by James Davison Hunter, he begins to unpack and present a compelling argument asking people to truly understand the implication of trying to be a “world

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    A Change in Scenery

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    setting of a story can change its plot and character development dramatically. For example, take two short tales, “Old Man of the Temple,” by R.K Narayan and, “The Man to Send Rain Clouds” by Both of these stories have strong cultural settings and characters that are influenced by their surroundings. Setting influences characters and story events by changing the way characters deal with situations, changing cultural understanding of characters, and different settings can change a character’s voice.

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    Friendship and Change

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    Personal Narrative- Friendship and Change Oh, I think I see her. Is it? Yes that’s her." Finally, after three long months my best friend, of 18 years, has finally returned to me. That’s actually the way I felt. Her and I have a strange relationship. I’ve always considered her mine and she pretty much owned me too. It had worked really well for the both us, until now. Running past me without even a second glimpse she jumped full force into the arms of her older brother. The three of us had always

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    The Struggles of Change

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    history, there exists many occurrences of change. Some of these changes are positive while others are negative. Nevertheless, as each change occurs, it must undergo struggles to become accepted. One example of the struggles of change that is seen in today’s society is the ongoing fight for religious freedom. Another change that is currently facing obstacles is the fight to change policies that raise the question of equality. Lastly, another struggle for change is the conflict that is occurring in order

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