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Life is always in transition
Always moving from one moment to another
One space to another
One state to another.

Time doesn’t stand still – 
So if you do, you’ll inevitably get left behind.

Transitioning is a skill that can be mastered.
It’s also an art.
To transit. 
To know how to move from here to there

To adapt to your surroundings
To act and react
To move with time, without becoming subject to it.
To understand, that stillness is not inactivity, but rather a state of being.

Use this ability, to not only survive, but to thrive – 
In a world, that never stands still.


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