“An object at rest will remain at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force. An object in motion continues in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.” This is Newton’s first law of motion but actually not only motion that follows this law , people every day tends to stabilization at their work , social and personal life or maybe in every action of their daily life until we face a danger or something threatens our stabilization that forces us to take the risk and change the way we think and act , we’re just like a blind man walking in a one way road that is full of barriers and we have to get to the end of it , so don’t be afraid of what you don’t know , take risks and have the ability to change

The most thing inspired me to write this topic is a conversation in the movie “The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008)” between an old man “Professor Barnhardt” and the alien “Klaatu” that came to tell the people that the earth is in danger and the whole human race must die to save the earth
(I searched for a video of that part of the movie but I didn’t find anything)

“Professor Barnhardt: There must be alternatives. You must have some technology that could solve our problem.
Klaatu: Your problem is not technology. The problem is you. You lack the will to change.
Professor Barnhardt: Then help us change.
Klaatu: I cannot change your nature. You treat the world as you treat each other.
Professor Barnhardt: But every civilization reaches a crisis point eventually.
Klaatu: Most of them don’t make it.
Professor Barnhardt: Yours did. How?
Klaatu: Our sun was dying. We had to evolve in order to survive.
Professor Barnhardt: So it was only when your world was threated with destruction that you became what you are now.
Klaatu: Yes.
Professor Barnhardt: Well that’s where we are. You say we’re on the brink of destruction and you’re right. But it’s only on the brink that people find the will to change. Only at the precipice do we evolve. This is our moment. Don’t take it from us, we are close to an answer.”