Unformatted text preview: warns people to keep their eyes and minds open so that they can grow and adapt with change. When he says not to “Speak too soon / For the wheel’s still in spin,” he means that trying to predict what will happen in the future is a waste of energy because change is a constant and random part of life. Because of the argument that Bob Dylan presents in this song, I am reminded that logical thinking and preparation play significant roles in my readiness for the future. Along with that, I realize that being unprepared for change can cause me difficulties in adapting and reacting to the freshly transformed world around me. I am also reminded that even though I can mentally prepare myself for the future, spending time stressing and worrying over things that I cannot control is wasteful. One of the many factors that reduce personal stress and chaos is mental preparation and a logical state of mind....
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2008 for the course ENGL 1106 taught by Professor Srjacobson during the Fall '08 term at Virginia Tech.
- Fall '08