The Sociology of Change

Change doesn’t come easy.  Change comes in fits and starts.  Sometimes bubbles of change rise to the top.  For one shining moment, it looks like change is everywhere.  The bubbles pop.  The evidence of change passes away.  Below the surface, change simmers. Change continues to percolate.  Throughout the land thoughts change.  You can try to cling to the past.  You can try to turn back the clock.  You can dress things up to look the way they were.  Below the surface, people still want to live their lives in freedom.  Below the surface, people still want to live their lives in harmony with others.  Below the surface, people still want to protect the natural world.  Below the surface, people want friends rather than money.  Below the service we fight for inclusion.  Below the service we fight for justice.  Below the service we fight for security.  Below the service we fight for change.  Your mandate is marred by a million tiny bubbles of change.  Tiny bubbles will join into larger bubbles and float to the top.  Change is unstoppable!

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