Other articles related to "change, changes":
... literature, Arnold Beisser described Gestalt's paradoxical theory of change ... current experience, the conditions of wholeness and growth support change ... Put another way, change comes about as a result of "full acceptance of what is, rather than a striving to be different" ...
... Change ringing as we know it today emerged in England in the 17th century ... down "plain and easie Rules for Ringing all sorts of Plain Changes." Stedman followed this in 1677 with another famous early guide, Campanalogia ... Throughout the years since, the group theoretical underpinnings of change ringing have been pursued by mathematicians ...
... engaged in endless search for a heroic leader who can inspire people to change ... The effort to change creates resistance that finally overcomes the effort ... Most efforts to change run directly into interpersonal and cultural issues embedded in the prevailing system that resist change ...
... Methods of change ringing are named for the number of working bells, or those which switch order within the change ... and commonly the largest bell (the tenor) does not change place ... The names refer to the number of bells which change places in each row ...
... Initiatives of Change ("IofC") is a global organization dedicated to "building trust across the world's divides" of culture, nationality, belief, and ... to transforming society, beginning with change in individual lives and relationships ...
Famous quotes related to change:
“We as women know that there are no disembodied processes; that all history originates in human flesh; that all oppression is inflicted by the body of one against the body of another; that all social change is built on the bone and muscle, and out of the flesh and blood, of human creators.”
—Andrea Dworkin (b. 1946)
“When we have to change our mind about someone, we hold the inconvenience he has caused us very much against him.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“Each one of us must carry within the proof of immortality, it cannot be given from outside of us. To be sure, everything in nature is change but behind the change there is something eternal.”
—Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (17491832)
“What would it mean to live
in a city whose people were changing
each others despair into hope?
You yourself must change it.”
—Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)
“How vigilant we are! determined not to live by faith if we can avoid it; all the day long on the alert, at night we unwillingly say our prayers and commit ourselves to uncertainties. So thoroughly and sincerely are we compelled to live, reverencing our life, and denying the possibility of change. This is the only way, we say; but there are as many ways as there can be drawn radii from one centre. All change is a miracle to contemplate; but it is a miracle which is taking place every instant.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)