Change Is the Only Constant

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Change is constant, they say. So it’s unavoidable and also necessary, but often unwelcome. It was Heraclitus, the Greek philosopher, who first recorded the idea that it is the ONLY constant, and if ever you need proof that nothing has changed in the change department, he’s worth a read (for an easy start try Expect the Unexpected or You Won’t Find it, by Roger van Oech)

Then a question about how nothing changes came up at an event I was attending recently. I remembered that I have posted quite a bit on the subject and started to trawl through some of my posts. Here’s a selection:

The Topic of Change

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