In order for anything to “transform,” it must stop being what it is. Transformation is usually a radical experience and is often accompanied by discomfort. It is a movement into an unknown experience. There are so many families living on the edge of being homeless. Crossing that line from having an address to not having an address can be an experience in “transformation” if we don’t allow fear to take over. Transformation is not simply “change” (otherwise it would be called change).
“Just when the caterpillar thought her life was over, she became a butterfly!” – Barbara Haines Howett.