1.The process by which different kinds of living organisms are thought to have developed and diversified from earlier forms during the history of the earth.
2. The gradual development of something, especially from a simple to a more complex form
For the longest time, the idea of evolution was a sin—a forbidden theory that went against the beliefs of Christians. Mention the word and any Christian would immediately start to frown. A complete shutdown would occur the moment the words left your lips and nothing that was said after mattered. I can understand that sentiment. After all, for years, Christians, scientists, and atheists have been locked in battle over the theory of evolution for years but the fact of the matter is that evolution to a certain degree is real.
If you rid your mind of all the scientific mumbo jumbo, religious thoughts and beliefs, we begin to really get down to the core of what evolution represents—change. Think about it; the core idea of evolution is change. That is the core idea I focus on.
In this blog, I will chronicle my change—my own personal evolution—from the person I once was to the person that I am now and to who I hope to one day become. I started this blog as a way to release the swirl of emotions, and thoughts that plague my mind as I go through this process. After all, one of my biggest weaknesses is overthinking.