There's an old joke that goes: how many psychiatrists does it take to change a lightbulb? The answer is one, but the lightbulb has to want to change. Sometimes we say, "If only, if only things were different, then everything would be OK for me." But then life has a way of bringing about some great change for us, and then we say, "Wait a minute—when I said I wanted to change, I didn't mean big change, I meant small change." And we realize that what we really want is for everything to be different as long as we don't have to change anything. Perhaps we feel threatened by real change in our lives. We can be open and receptive to change when we allow ourselves to realize that everything is always changing anyway— that we ourselves are part and parcel of the ongoingness of life. As Heraclitus, the Greek philosopher, said, "All is change but the law of change itself." We can make our peace with the great fact of change, relax and let change have its way with us and be in tune with the flow of this life.