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Everything flows.

Everything is always constantly, changing, from Heraclitus o (535-475 CE), one of the five wise men of Ancient Greece. The father of “Becoming” — everything flows like a stream; nothing is ever static. The basic law governing the Universe. Impermanence is its Buddhist cousin. Ever-present change, or flux and becoming: change. He uttered, “No one ever steps in the same river twice.”

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