Everything changes. Always. Or at least that’s what they say. Who is “they?”
Poets and philosophers. Therapists and counselors. Geologists. Stock brokers. You?
Will the sun stop being round? Will you get different parents someday? Is water always wet?
As you clear a space for your writing materials, think about what does and doesn’t change in the world. Loosen up your hands, fingers, arms and torso. Move your legs around under you to get comfortable. As you do so, start making a list in your head of things that are unlikely to change.
When you are ready, begin to write that list on the page. Come up with five or ten things that don’t or can’t change. If you have to wait for ideas to trickle into your head, doodle in the margins around the edge of the page. Continue…