CHANGE IS GOOD, but try not to lose yourself. We live in world of “if you don’t like it, change it” and it can be a wonderful thing, however it can also make it difficult to tell what’s real in a person. In these days of weaves, wigs, color contacts, implants, injections and enhancements, some folks lose their genuine selves. They become so obsessed with changing their reflection that they lose their perspective.
There is nothing wrong with safely changing your appearance, especially if it makes you feel better. If you look in the mirror and no longer identify with the person that you’ve become “Houston, we may have a problem.” Get longer hair or colored contacts, go from a “B” cup to a “G” cup but always hold on to the inner you.
Have you ever seen a house with a fresh coat of paint but it’s still in shambles because the porch is falling down? Changes to the exterior without fixing the interior, eventually result in destruction. That freshly painted house becomes firewood because the foundation needed more than just a fresh coat of paint. Sometimes it’s the inside that needs the most work.
There is nothing wrong with changing and rearranging but start with the inside and work your way to the fresh coat of paint.