Insecurity often breeds a resistance against change.
When the ethics we live our lives by and ask others around us, to live by, allows us to contravene changes as unnecessary, not in our interest, or not of our own calling, we are vehement and critical of such changes.
If our feelings are hard formed and prejudiced, we often come out as righteous. Truth is, we are self-righteous, may be even that passes our scrutiny.
A training in reasoning or a drumming of social reasoning, are just swift, when it comes to counter another persons views but they are not enough and sticking to that, will not lead us, in any progressive dimension, for our own existence.
So why not be a little prepared to change, a little every other day. Just a little every day. Some people change every instant or at the least that’s the implication of some of their thinking.
It’s either a proven or a trodden path, when we pray every evening to our Bhagawan or residential deity and every Tuesday it may happen to us all, to visit the Lord and offer him coconut, in our age-old Indianic tradition. But little it occurs to us to transform our daily attitude, let alone the principles or the basis on which we live our lives.
Almost all of us think that it’s a tough call.