In the late 80s a Soviet bard Vladimir Asmolov was singing about that faces (of officials) that have not undergone perestroika (diverse social, political and economic change in the USSR).
Photo Marat Nadjibaev
Here we will be talking not about those faces but about ours. Seems like everybody wants some changes and it seems like everyone is undergoing some changes.
In reality, without all “seems like” nothing changes in anybody's lives.
You don't agree? Then give a specific example of a person who changed. Changed innerly, changed his/her beliefs at a mature age and did it sincerely and not externally under the influence of circumstances coming from the society.
Looking at it from a systematic point of view, all of above mentioned is understandable and natural. We don't want to change not because we are fervent opponents of everything new, bright and kind. It's just that each of us separately represents a system. As is known the system cares about its highest goal in the first place- self-preserval in the name of [self]-survival. Changes interfere with this goal as they shake its foundation.
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