Change is inevitable. It does not come secretly into the night, but glaringly through our lives, if we only notice it. Perhaps we turn our backs on it in hopes that it will go away. But change will never go away; it is the reality in which we live.
Change is neither good nor bad. It has no moral code, but a clear path which is all and everything. It is the certainty that morality will never be. It is reasonable to accept it, as it is reasonable to accept the moral codes which make sense.
Change cannot be ignored. To ignore change is to ignore the water on the planet upon which we live; it is to ignore the infinite space above us to wonder at a small ditch beside the road. To live life looking at the ground makes no difference to the change in our lives.
Change is fundamental. It is both sufficient and necessary. The fideism in which we lose ourselves blinds us to the ineffable, to the sublime, to the practical, to the rational, to the happiness in our lives, and to the sorrows that we must all face.
Change is the only consistent; the only inexorable constant, the philosophical truth, the scientific fact, the universal of the universe, the one god which is not love, but change itself.
We can change if only accept the change that is our lives.