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QotD: Not the Same River

No man ever steps in the same river twice,
for it is not the same river,
and he is not the same man.

-Heraclitus
Tags: belief, identity, meditation, paradigm shift, personality, philosophy, quotes, river, transformation
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Posts from This Journal “transformation” Tag

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    Tradition is tending the flame, not worshipping the ashes. --Composer Gustav Mahler

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    There is a great deal of difference between loss, change, and transformation. A loss is a step backward; a change is an opportunity;…

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    “The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance." ~Alan Watts

  • Poem: Leap of Faith by Wendy L. Brown

    Leap of Faith Standing before a fork in the road there is not a right answer or truth cast in stone, there are choices and plans and desire,…

  • QotD: A Suspension of Life

    There’s a big difference between riding a coal train through Kansas and Nebraska and trying to write. Writing is a suspension of life. I…

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