There are many times when we say, just change my life. Be encouraged by these short poems about changing you! We may be facing challenges or issues that we just want to get rid of.
As Hal Elrod once said, "Remember, the moment you accept total responsibility for everything in your life is the moment you claim the power to change anything in your life."
We hope these poems give you thoughts about changing your life that may encourage you or motivate you to make the changes needed to avoid any frustration that you are feeling.
In summary, read the word of Mary S. Scotsburn, "Talking or wishing will not change a thing. Taking action will change your life."
If I could change my life,
What would I actually change.
This question makes me wonder,
What change could I arrange.
First of all, I know that,
My past would stay the same.
I would never make a change,
That would take from the life I came.
If I could make a change,
It would be to me here and now.
Maybe I'd change my habits,
Or maybe I would change a vow.
But one thing I know for sure is,
I like my life as is.
I'm sure there are things to better myself,
But I am thankful for life as it is.
We Ourselves Change by Thomas Carlyle
To-day is not yesterday:
we ourselves change;
how can our works and thoughts,
if they are always to be the fittest,
continue always the same?
Change, indeed, is painful,
yet ever needful;
and, if memory have its force and worth,
so also has hope.
Days Change Poet: George Klingle
Days change so many things - yes, hours -
We see so differently in suns and showers;
Mistaken words to-night
May be so cherished by to-morrow's light!
We may be patient, for we know
There's such a little way to go.