We always did it that way doesn’t mean we have to keep doing it that way. It may be better to let the old way go. There are good reasons to examine what we’re doing and ask, ‘why am I doing this?” If what we are doing isn’t beneficial, it’s time to change to something more beneficial. I have a friend who goes to a coast cottage his wife and he inherited each summer. They have been doing this since they were married. The cottage and scenery are nice, but what have they missed because they are stuck doing what they always do each summer? When we seek new ways of doing things, we engage actively in the creative process of living.
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