Change is Pirsig's Dynamic Quality, the first Good. Stasis is Static Quality, Pirsig's second Good. In MoQ, Dynamic Quality reigns over Static Quality.
Note that in Pirsig's MoQ, temporary stasis is a moral agent of change. But exclusive stasis is evil itself. Both of these compose Static Quality which is why it is the second good.
Bottom line: Pirsig's MoQ change is moral, temporary stasis is an agent of change, and exclusive stasis is immoral.
One more very important thing: Truth resides in Static Quality! Intuitive, eh?
SOM only measures objects, and
CR claims measurements & interrelationships lack purpose."
Doug Renselle, 16Nov1999