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Be like a River

Be like the river flowing, forever changing, moving, reflecting all that surrounds and gazes into her flowing features. Simonette Vaja A Greek philosopher of Ephesus (near modern Kuşadası, Turkey) who was active around 500 BCE, Heraclitus propounded a distinctive theory which he expressed in oracular language. B91[a]. potamôi … tôi autôi … It is not possible to step twice into the same river according to Heraclitus, or to come into contact twice with a mortal being in the same state. (Plutarch) Heraclitus(c. 500 bc), Greek philosopher. He believed that fire is the origin of all things and that permanence is an illusion, everything being in a process of constant change. More recent author/ph

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