VELLICATE: tickle or touch (a body part) lightly so as to excite the surface nerves and cause uneasiness, laughter, or spasmodic movements
This was the word of the day yesterday on my dictionary app, and it made me think about what change FEELS like. Sometimes we are lucky enough to slide into change relatively easily. Other times it feels uneasy, spasmodic, exciting, unnerving, inciting anxious laughter.
What does change feel like to you? Is it tickling the surface of your nerves or are you gently easing into it?
How bad how good does it need to get?
How many losses how much regret?
What chain reaction
What cause and effect
Makes you turn around
Makes you try to explain
Makes you forgive and forget
Makes you change
–lyrics from "Change" by Tracy Chapman