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Change This essay is to argue and explain that change is everywhere I believe that change is everywhere because in my life everything is changing-my ageobviously my personality my friends and family the list goes on and on Also my father is a geo-political writer - he writes about the worlds political issues He is also in the process of writing a book called Provocations a collection of essays and papers he has written in the past So with my father writing about the world I get to learn a lot about it from reading his papers ever so often With these experiences I have developed thoughts about the world and from these thoughts I am pretty sure that the world is ever-changing My father in addition to being a writer and author he has a doctorate in philosophylove of wisdom-Greek philo means love and sophio means wisdom He has an extensive range of knowledge on this subject and I get to learn a lot from that too All of this gives me ideas on change Take for example Heraclitus a Greek philosopher He said that you cannot step in the same river twice What he means by that is that a river is ever changing so by the time you step in the river for the second time the river has changed Using the same logic his disciple Cratylus said you cannot step into any river once This is taking logic to the extreme yet I still do not agree with either of them The fact that the water that makes up the river is changing does not mean that the river is now a different river Like the St Lawrence river on the border of New York state and Canada It will always be the St Lawrence riverif its name is not changed until it is not a river anymore Just because the river is flowing into Lake Ontario does not mean
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