Waiting for Change

Here in the U.S., we get geared up for a Presidential Election every four years. And every four years we hear the same speeches and promises about change.  Recently I was listening to and audio program by the late Jim Rohn. In his talk, he mentioned all of external factors people use as excuses for not changing. I took his idea and some of his words and reworked it. Tell me what you think:


I’m waiting for the government to change, for prices to come down and for things to become more fair.

I’m waiting for social justice, a fair tax system and I’m waiting to win the lottery.

I’m waiting for the rich to share with the poor, the poor to start pulling their weight and the middle class to start caring about something.

I’m waiting for the world to change, but until that happens, I’m going to start working on myself.

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