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"When your friends begin to flatter you on how young you look, it's a sign you're getting old". This statement by world renowned Mark Twain perfectly describes change as it often works. When the 'old' is noticeably transitioning to the 'new', the old's age truly starts to show. The unfortunate thing is that this change, and ultimately any type, is inevitable. Whether abrupt or subtle, sought after or fought against, change occurs. In turn, it is the inevitability of change which prompts out need to adjust to such changes. People, places and things alike all change in different ways, and each involves some adjustment.
Molter, Dustin, "Risky Business: How Policy, Demographic and Economic Changes HAve Left the Lower East Side Empty During DAytime Hours" (2012). African & African American Studies Senior Theses. 14.