The Influence Of Positive Change On My Life

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“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don 't resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.”-Lao Tzu. Often humans don’t like sudden changes and being out of their comfort zone. We go through changes all throughout our lives, and often we learn to accept that change or at least adapt to it. Positive changes can help us with life’s situations and negative changes can help us learn to solve situations and how to adapt.
I’d say the biggest impact on my life was when I moved to Iowa. Never in my life had the idea of “Iowa Living” come to my mind. I’d never even heard of what Iowa was or what it was like. It was a rough change. It went sort of like this:
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I’m originally from Atlanta and schools there usually have about 3000 or more students. It was often hard to really have a friend outside of school. Once the bell rang at 3:00, people and school stayed at school. In Iowa, I made friends that I saw outside of school. They were friends who I could hang out with and go places with. I could look back in 20 years and say to them “remember that time when…”. Of course I wasn’t the only one who made new friends. My mom used to work at the school, and she met a woman named Rubi. The usual friendship process happened and it led Rubi actually inviting us to her church. Which now leads me to the second reason why it was a great thing I moved to Iowa-my …show more content…
It was important to me but it really mattered to me when I started coming to my church. When we first started going it was too small to have an actual worship group, so our pastor would just play the guitar and sing some worship songs. As the church grew, we knew we could start forming a group. I was chosen to be the piano player. That day became the day when music became one of the most important aspects of my life. I found a new view of music and I just couldn’t stop learning. The piano became a part of who I was. After 2 years or so, I began to find interest in another instrument: the guitar. Specifically the electric. So I took up the challenge. The outcome was beyond unexpected; I fell in love with my guitar, and there isn’t a day that I don’t think about playing. If I’m not playing I’m watching videos on how to get better or what pedals I can buy or what guitars sound the

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