Changing what can be Changed

27 November 2020

Jeff McCarty

The force of change is a constant that affects the existence we have come to know as human beings. Everything is subject to change. As humans, we exist inside a physical form that is subject to a predetermined cycle of change that takes us from fetuses in the womb to grown adults, and even from there, we are subject to further physical changes as we progress through adulthood into our elderly years (given we live a life that is allowed the opportunity to grow old). The physical realm in which we exist is also subject to change. Even without the concept of global climate change taken into consideration, we can observe the four traditional seasons change the physical realm we live within on a routine basis.

While some changes can seem more routine, others can come about in unexpected ways. No matter how aware we may be of a change, one thing that we can infer from all of this is that change is a constant force within the existence we are experiencing. Why does change matter though? As the Human Civilization Reformation Coalition, we are firm believers in the fact that the persisting force of change is due to mold our global human civilization in both the near- and long-term future as it has always done through our past leading up to the present modern-day, we are existing within. With this belief of impending change upon humanity, we also believe that it is better to actively engage in the change rather than try to impede its ability to enact its dynamic forces upon the human species.

Equipped with these beliefs, the next question tends to be something of the following. How can I make a change in the world? When asking this question to one’s self, there is another set of beliefs that are exerting their force upon our desire to make a change in the world. This inert force comes from our perceptions as human beings, both on an individual and societal level, of what can be changed within our existence.

As human beings, we can look out into the realm of our existence and we can begin to contemplate all the things that could be different within our existence. The key difference between a human’s fantasy of how they could alter the world around them and the things that any human goes about trying to implement change towards is based on their perception of what is subject to change.

Most, and I almost dare to say all, humans set out to make a change in areas they feel they can change. Only a crazy person would set out on a mission to change something that is outside of their control to change, and even then, that said crazy person would be under the impression that they could change what everyone else perceived as unchangeable. Our perception of what can be changed, and what is unchangeable is something that can vary from person to person. Though certain elements of existence have become known as almost absolute truths, even these truths came out of areas of conscientious thought that once challenged what we thought was true and unchangeable.

Every generation seems to have its thinkers who venture to change the world around us by exposing a new way of doing things that were unconceivable to do or think in the past. When you have enough of these innovative thinkers compounded across the timeline of your species' existence, you then get an ability to advance your species to a modernized point where we can see our existence for more than it is at face value. Though it is not to say that everything in our existence is subject to change, we firmly believe as the HCRC, that the path towards building a better global human civilization is through expanding our perceptions as individuals and as a society on what we have the power to change within our existence.

Until next time, I am Jeff McCarty and I just want to thank you for your time in reading. If you enjoyed this post, please share this with someone you think would enjoy it. Find the Human Civilization Reformation Coalition on Social Media for more content as well. Looking forward to seeing you next post. Thanks again.

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