Sipping tea, watching Headline News yesterday morning, I hear Robin Meade mention the changes on Facebook and how everyone’s panties are in a twist.
I think, “Oh no. Not again. Not something new for me to get used to.”
So, I rush up to my computer and log onto Facebook to check it out.
Oh, sure. There’s a little ticker on the right sidebar that shifts every so often. (No different from the little ticker at the bottom of the television screen on most news programs.) And now there’s a handy, dandy little blue triangle located in the upper left hand corner of homepage posts. (What it’s for, I have no idea. And I don’t care, either.)
But people tweeting and twittering decrying these changes? Or, shouting out to fellow Facebook friends with evil status updates belittling Facebook powers that be?
A little change never hurt anyone. (Except when they messed around with the formula for Coca-Cola, of course. But that’s for another post.)
Change keeps us young. Change challenges us to adapt. Change encourages problem solving.
Change is good!
All this crying about change reminded me of a pithy comment I saw on a church sign recently:
“If you are resistant to change just remember the beauty of autumn.”
Truer words were never spoken.