“Change is not about abandoning the past, it’s about repositioning it.” I came across this quote some months ago. The sense of it keeps coming to mind now as I witness the changes occurring in our horse world.
Change, in every aspect of our world, takes place at an unprecedented rate these days. Remember how long it took to go from overland post to telegraph to telephone? Now, in the space of less than a decade, we’ve grown to depend on fax machines, voice mail, cell phones, conference calls and e-mail. While we may not particularly like or need every new thing that comes along (and sometimes even resent the adaptations we personally must make), the pace of innovation and new technology isn’t likely to slow down on our behalf.
Progress-he positive spin that’s usually used when referring to change