Got thinking about an old saying that I repeatedly hear in my home country.
Translation is something like this: "better to go with the devil you know than with the devil you don’t,"
The more I think about it, the more I realize that this, more often than not, is a rationalization against change and a possible deviation from our happiness and/or success.
I get it... change produces fear and bring instability.
Change is never easy... But in it is an opportunity to rise above that which is mediocre. Mediocrity hosts the "devil we know" which is more fearful than change.
I've got a lot to change & a lot to achieve !!
My goal is happiness