Yes, it was. The bill of rights in fact was the first compromise and change to the supreme law of the land. The fact that there is a judiciary branch that has the ability to reinterpret laws suggests a living document also. This is how we were able to move away from slavery, give women the right to vote, prohibit and then repeal the use of alcohol, etc. The document needs to be able to adapt to the society as much as the society has to follow the document.WAS the Constitution made to be a "living document?" It seems to me that it was made to be the supreme law of the land, and it was also made intentionally difficult to amend.