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By Ross Levin
Everywhere I turn today, people are expressing concern about world affairs. Elections always create uncertainty, but combined with terrorism, changes in climate and a host of other issues, things are feeling out of control. And they are. But guess what — things are always out of control.
In the book “The Wisdom of Insecurity,” Alan W. Watts, writing in 1951, says: “The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it and join the dance.”
We can wish for the world to stand still, but the earth rotates and our lives spin with it. So rather than trying to ensure security, maybe we should immerse ourselves in change.