It is often said that people generally hate change or that they resist change, but of course there are exceptions to this rule.
This week some changes are going to take place in our world.
Tomorrow, Barack Obama will be sworn in as the 44th president of the United States of America, after winning the election on a campaign which promised "Change".
It will be interesting to see what kind of changes actually take place. I've already summed up my thoughts on Obama's victory here, but I really do hope that his presidency does good things for America.
But a much more interesting change this week, at least for me personally, is that Season 5 of Lost begins on Wednesday night.
This is the kind of change that I can believe in! This is the kind of change that we here in Eger long for; there is nothing like waking up on Thursday, knowing that there is a new Lost episode to watch.
If you haven't watched season 4 yet, and don't want to know what happened, then you shouldn't read on.
The 5th Season of Lost, acccording to Lost's co-creator/executive producer/writer/show runner Damon Lindelof, "is about why [the people who have left the island] need to get back".
Season five follows two primary storylines. The first takes place on the island, which has been moved in both space and time by Ben, and focuses on the events that lead to Locke's death in 2007. The second takes place off the island following Locke's death and deals with Jack and Ben's attempt to reunite the Oceanic Six and return to the island with Locke's dead body.
No matter who the president is, as long as I can watch Lost every week for the next 17 weeks, I will be very happy!