WHAT’S YOUR CONSTANT?

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  1. geebehn says:

    I have always wondered what it means by constant, but coming across this article and reading it from the beginning to the end and also watching the YouTube video, I have come to understand what my constants are.  
    Also from this, I will start making a list of my constants,  because this article has shown me that making a list of my constants goes a long way to help me in my daily routine…  
    Thanks for this article…

    • Lars says:

      Hi Geebehn.

      Thank you for taking the time to comment on this article. Good luck building your list of constants. 

      All the best.

      Lars

  2. Nathaniel says:

    Hello Lars, I completely agree with you on your article “change is not always constant”. There are some things that doesn’t need to change in fact saying change is a constant to me its wrong. I always try to read a novel once in month, that is my constant. Some people don’t really like that about me saying, there is always a novel on my hand, but I don’t mind those comments because, the novel I read gives me pleasure and makes me HAPPY, and my happiness is CONSTANT 

    • Lars says:

      Hi Nathaniel.

      Thank you for taking the time to comment on this article. I am with you on this one. If reading novels gives you comfort, there’s no reason to let others determine what you should do.

      All the best.

      Lars

  3. Jordan says:

    Never thought about this subject before. I’m in my early forties and this article gives me a couple (maybe a few) of really good ideas that I can insert into my life so that I have constants. I can foresee in the future now being close to a long lasting band, building a constant relationship with two or three important people and maybe starting a regular holiday to some place that is not to far away that provides a constant spot I could visit if I needed that time or place to reflect on life. Another thing that might be helpful is to have a special meditation that allows you to forgive and forget and be greatful. Just putting it out there. 

    • Lars says:

      Hi Jordan,

      Thank you for taking the time to comment on this article. I am happy to learn that it inspired you to look for your own constants. Finding a great vacation spot which you can visit again and again is a great idea. 

      All the best.

      Lars

  4. Todd Matthews says:

    Having constants is beyond a great idea to have. Mine happen to be daily constants since I can be very easily stressed. Some of my own constants are going to the gym (twice a day), writing, blogging, and anything where I find fulfillment. It could be reading articles, developing my social media pages for my niche sites, anything I love to do that I one day want to turn into a business. Thank you so much for sharing this article and you know what, I’m sharing this to my Facebook network. I know a lot of people who can benefit from this. 

    • Lars says:

      Hi Todd, thank you for taking the time to comment on this article and for sharing it with your Facebook friends.

      It is good to hear that you see some of your everyday activities as constants. I also find great comfort in sticking to a healthy lifestyle by working out five times a week, and as you probably know, “I wish I never did that workout, said no one.”

      All the best.

      Lars

  5. lynnsamuelson says:

    Hi Lars,

    This really resonated with me. We all face change and hardship at different times in our lives and it’s so important to know what our contacts are. I’m glad that you made the distinction that the kind of constant you’re talking about isn’t drugs, alcohol or other abuse since for some this is their go-to coping mechanism. Making a list and being clear about our constants is an exercise everyone should do. Music is a great constant (I love Roxy Music and Brian Ferry) and now I’m really curious about the band you love! Thanks for an insightful read. 

    • Lars says:

      Hi Lynn,

      Thank you for taking the time to comment on this article. Roxy Music, I certainly remember them from the eighties even though I wasn’t a fan. Avalon and Dance The Night Away 🙂 Good memories.

      All the best.

      Lars

  6. Sylvia says:

    This was a great article and a pleasure to read.

    I never really have thought of a constant in my life, I am not saying there isn’t any but I am also not sure if I would call them a constant.

    However, if I like to call a constant than it would be life itself. I see life as a constant change. Change is inevitable so it has to be a constant. 

    Right now, the only constant I have is my husband. I personally have no parents or relatives anymore, therefore, my partner is a strong constant to me.

    My spiritual beliefs are that everything does happen for a reason, this could be called a constant as well.

    Thank you for sharing your story and constant. 

    • Lars says:

      Hi Sylvia,

      Thank you for taking the time to comment on this article. I am happy to hear that you have a strong constant with your husband. Getting to that stage of a relationship is priceless.

      All the best.

      Lars

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