Natural disasters can demolish entire regions and bring significant, long-lasting consequences.
Earthquakes usually have foreshocks that come before the main earthquake and aftershocks following in the same area.
Change almost always includes some form of resistance. Butterflies break through their cocoon in order to be free. Before birds can fly, they peck through their shell. Resistance can come in various shapes and sizes, and with change, leaders are promised a portion of resistance.