In fact our very life would be impossibility without this all pervading law of change or motion. Worse, we were on the verge of setting up an international cartel to compete with private enterprise - with the ''Authority'' given the power to set production quotas and prices. So a time comes when it begins to decline. The old system of producing goods on small scale through manual labour was replaced by machine productions; factories fitted with giant machines were installed; in place of wind and water, coal and electricity began to be used as source of power. Man is never contended with the order of things that he inherits from the past. Had they done so, they would have found that absence of change even in good things would tend to make them lose their novelty and beneficial effects, and, if allowed to exist under changed circumstances, might turn out to be harmful. The crust of the earth, the surface of the sea, the face of the sky are all undergoing daily and hourly changes.
A very casual attitude towards some very serious affairs in life is what is frequently seen in them. I have livd my life, and that which I have done May He within himself make pure! The Old Order Changeth Yielding Place To New Essay. The primitive form of dispensing justice has been replaced by a more advanced form of administration. We should be sure that in this world of change naught which comes stays, and naught which is good is lost. Where shall I hide my forehead and my eyes? It is chance which makes them worth enjoying. But the teenager is impatient for success as if it were a two-minute fast food.
Twenty years ago, an Indian teenager slapped by his teacher was sorry and worked harder to impress the teacher. In everything they behold, they see nothing but need for reform; they are dissatisfied with everything and everybody. In the early days of the world it was inhabited by savage tribes. Much third-world bitterness ensued, and no wonder - dozens of tinhorn dictators could already taste that power. It is rather unfortunate that in our country, at present a good deal of harmful tendency for change is an evidence.
This is the process going on in the universe slowly and imperceptibly and it is beyond the power of man to check this change. Clouds, again, are followed by rain and after the rain there is sunshine again. The rotation of the earth on its axis, the revolution of the earth resulting in change of seasons, the ebb and flow of the tides are positive proofs of the perpetual change going on in the universe. Teenagers require the love, understanding, patience and empathy of their elders to guide them through this crucial period. In fact, our very life would be impossibility without this all-pervading law of change or motion. Old things pass away and new come in their place. Instead, they have remained or have become more liberal.
But Tennyson says that even a just or good order passes away, and he suggests a reason for it. The mind of man as well as his environment being subject to this law of change, it is but natural that his laws, customs and institutions should also be affected by them from time, to time. The peculiar fact is that old systems, conventions and traditions which once had their day, are thrown into oblivion with the passage of time and new laws, systems and traditions come to occupy their place. Arthur consoles him with the well-known lines: The old order changeth yielding place to new, lest one good custom should corrupt the world, and God fulfils Himself in many ways. To share the world's wealth, just as the infantformula prohibitors want to share free enterprise's marketing power, and just as the Unesco collectivists want to share - that is, control - the independent power of the press.
Stagnation is death; rest is rust. Fall battleaxe, and flash brand! There is nothing sacred about a single social or political system, and God fulfils Himself in many ways. The Lockian philosophy is explained by Prof. Herein lies the necessity and utility of change. Time passes we cannot bid it stop and listen to our requests.
Want of change would bring about stagnation and consequent destruction in the society and in everything. No evils are more tormenting than imaginary ones, and no state of mind is more pitiable than grieving over the fancied wrongs; it is here that a contemplated change may alter the situation for worse. Then, like the Phoenix, a new world is born of the ashes, which has magnificence and charm of its own. The two points of practical wisdom are, first, to be content with a little change possible at a time and secondly, to preserve, as much as possible, the source of change. Fall battleaxe, and flash brand! The old order changed yielding place to new And God fulfils Himself in many ways, lest one good custom should corrupt the world. What we witness is change; and change is the order of the day. Clang battleaxe, and clash brand! In short, changing is the purifier of things.
Nothing remains static in this dynamic world. Change, though painful, is yet needful. It is the same case with things human. But it is inevitable and man most accepts it gracefully. It is followed by clouds. History fades into fables; fact becomes clouded with doubt and controversy; the inscriptions moulder from the tablet; the statue falls from the pedestal—what are they but heaps of sand, and their epitaphs but characters written in the dust? Advertisement Our State Department, fearful as ever about voting against the Arab-African bloc, and troubled by the appearance of a lack of enthusiasm for breast-feeding, advised a discreet abstention. So like a shatterd column lay the King; Not like that Arthur who, with lance in rest, From spur to plume a star of tournament, Shot thro the lists at Camelot, and charged Before the eyes of ladies and of kings.