Life’s weird. It’s strange how so much can change in a year. Can’t help but look back and think about it. But what’s stranger is how much has changed in a month. Actually, things change every second. Only if you pay enough attention to it, you’ll notice it. You could call it being a victim of your own actions. Change is something we cannot avoid but also need to learn to accept. Whether it’s for the good or not. If you take it in a positive stride, you’ll be happier. But if something meant a lot to you, especially if it’s something that you could have control of, try to amend it. There’s no harm in doing that. If it had no impact in your life then let it be. Some things are taken away from you so better things can be replaced with it. Some people drift away so that you can learn whom to trust or not, who your real friends are and not. But here’s the twisted bit. Even after all the changes occur in your life, whether it was a year ago or a month ago or two seconds ago, would you really want to change it back? Are the lessons learnt after more important than not wanting things to change? Or strive for betterment after learning the lesson and improve your approach? Improving your approach is still “changing” your loom, isn’t it? I think I’ve made my point.