When I first started this site, I was overwhelmed with one question: how to portray balance while still calling for change. It seems one can easily come across as radical simply by pointing out that change is necessary. This is a Law of the Universe. However, I am content in life. I appreciate and enjoy the intricacies of the world around me. But though I am content, I am also never satisfied: I am constantly improving myself and the world around me. This is the way of harmony with our nature. I am always looking to figure out if something can be improved, and if so, then how? Why? Should we bother investing time and energy into this change? Is it worth it? Thus, I am no radical. I seek balance. But, it is because I seek balance, that I am calling for change. I believe that in order to achieve balance, we must be able to first acknowledge, and then, address issues. Thus, I have come to the following conclusions: that society can be improved by seeking balance. That relationships can be improved by seeking balance. That life can be improved by seeking balance. These are important things, and worth putting energy into. I now stand and say that there is, in fact, a problem with the world when I see people making the same mistakes over and over again. When I talk to old men that regret their past decisions. And when I see young men making those same mistakes. I say this not because I seek radicalism, but because I seek balance. This community of insightful readers is the correction to society's imbalance, not because we all agree, but because we choose to think. The power to change the world lies in this choice.
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