I’ve always thought myself somewhat of a traditionalist. I’ve always argued, why change something if it’s working fine? I used to scorn at people who, in my mind, pushed for renewal and change just for the sake of saying they’re doing it. I could not see the sense in change simply for the sake of change. My motto: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Thing is, what if it is broke? It’s like driving with worn tyres. They seem fine, you never have any problems, until that rainy day when you hit a puddle going 100km/h. Then you suddenly realise those tyres should have been replaced months ago. It’s what George Barna refers to as frog-in-the-kettle syndrome. Please don’t try this at home Continue reading “On Change”