I didn't imply that at all. If you want to know what I mean, just ask, don't "presume"....*wink-w ink-nudge-nudge*....<quoted text>
If change stays constant, then according to that premise, none of us will believe tomorrow what we believe today. So that means that your might suddenly on a whim convert to Islam.
I meant that in many places the norm is a constant repetitive nature - we get up, go to work, eat food, go home, sleep, repeat, repeat, repeat. A similar pattern are the weekend days, except we get to somewhat relax, but still usually follow a routine - repeat...etc..
Soooo.....Somewhere in all of this repetitive life, there is "change" still happening. Change(s) to hopefully improve our lives. We already see tablets, "smart"-phones, wrist-phones,'Skype', etc, and it should only get easier, huh?
In a nutshell - it is a correct assessment of the world we live:
"The only thing that is constant, is change."
"If change stays constant, none of us will believe tomorrow what we believe today."
- you "presume" too much, without assess it from multiple angles. Multiple variables impact the outcome. As with all of "life's actions", decisions come with an overall duality - that will move the next "steps in life" in a positive or negative one.
In other words, there is not just one choice one can make. Unless of course, you only choose to think this way.
Then you only limit yourSelf in life.