Adaptation to challenges


We fear change because it means that outcomes are unknown. Our brains are designed to find peace in knowing. When we don’t know what will happen, we make up scenarios and, in turn, create worry. Humans find it hard to move on when something known comes to an end.

For someone with anxiety, something as minor as a last-minute change of plans can lead to a downward spiral of overthinking, which in turn can manifest as a feeling of panic, doom, heart palpitations, rapid breathing and feeling of guilt.

Metathesiophobia, or what’s more commonly known as the fear of change, originates from the Greek word “meta”, meaning changes and “phobos” meaning fear. Most people worry about the future and question themselves, but for some, this fear of change can be much more debilitating.

Adaptability expands your capacity to handle change, no matter how serious it might be. Instead of throwing away your energy trying to change your circumstance, you will change yourself right from within, thus making you thrive in whatever situation you find yourself.

In this era, just doing what is able is not enough to be survival decently. Drastically change in all fields is escalated due to the extreme weather consequences such as physical disasters e.g. infectious disease, mental disasters e.g. fomo and geological disasters e.g. floods.
Little margins do humans have. Just being mentally strong is the only way to adaptation.

So, not everyone can adapt the changes. Some will be sacrificed. It’s a shocking reality. Who will be on the rescue boat? Who should be eligible? Who will keep stamina in swimming for another chance? Many hands are stretching out for the last boat…
Humanity, to be a decent human, is a challenging now.
Don’t blame the poors for being inapt. They do sacrifices for being inapt to fill the other side of the world..Please make a life line safety net for inapt humans.

please enjoy the vulnerability in this video

whatever will be will be

Thank you

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