Otherwise, nothing will make sense.
Yet together, they can build a new viewpoint, a new observation deck for your personal universe. And sooner or later, you’ll need a new viewpoint.
If you normally watch TV, switch it off and build something with your hands. Or if you don’t watch TV, turn it on for once, let yourself unwind a little.
Go to the produce section of the grocery store, and pick some vegetable you’ve never heard of. Try it and see what you think.
So if you feel like a cog in the machine, why not find out what happens when you turn the opposite way?
A gear turns not by a single, supreme push, but by the cumulative action of many small teeth.
Mail a real, paper letter to an old friend. Take a different route to work today.
Something simple, but still different enough to wake you up, to make you realize that life is not merely a series of routines. It is a stream of moments, and each moment is a kind of choice.
Write a blog post starting at the bottom, and going up.
Eat a different breakfast, or change your e-mail font.
To break that cycle, to open the gate toward a bigger transformation, why not start with something little?
The universe is a branching path of infinite possibility, yet we often feel like we’ve fallen into a rut. We feel trapped. Every day is the same.
Small changes matter.