#heraclitus medias

Logos #graphicdesign #graphicdesigner #trippyart  #artstagram #designporn #designgrafico #logos #inspiration #artoftheday #instadesign #greek #writings #creativedesign #creativeclass #designlife #abstractart #artistoninstagram #riddles #psychedelic #psychedelicart #typography #typographyart #typographyinspired #typographydesign #chalkboardart #art_collective #art_empire #philosophy #heraclitus
Nothing is permanent except change! 🙅💖👯#Change #Heraclitus #RedHead #Ginger #PinkAndRead
Nothing is permanent except change! 🙅💖👯#Change #Heraclitus #RedHead #Ginger #PinkAndRead
52 301/20/2017 19:39 PM
I saw a bald eagle fly across the York River this morning, and it filled me with joy to know that this bird was no man's symbol, but a creature of and in the wild, with no politics of its own. As a human being, I do have a politics, and it is one of care and compassion for the world and the wild, and fellowship with all who live in them. I will stand with those who support these values, and oppose any who would block the path they blaze. #ourwild #ourworld 
7:20 EST, 1.20.17 #YorkRiver #Yorktown #ColonialHistoricParkway #Virginia #heraclitus #pantarhei
I saw a bald eagle fly across the York River this morning, and it filled me with joy to know that this bird was no man's symbol, but a creature of and in the wild, with no politics of its own. As a human being, I do have a politics, and it is one of care and compassion for the world and the wild, and fellowship with all who live in them. I will stand with those who support these values, and oppose any who would block the path they blaze. #ourwild #ourworld 7:20 EST, 1.20.17 #YorkRiver #Yorktown #ColonialHistoricParkway #Virginia #heraclitus #pantarhei
3 001/20/2017 14:06 PM
#consistencyiskey #heraclitus #positiveaffirmation #inspirationalquotes
Forecast Friday #FcF.
Forecast Friday #FcF. "Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character". Albert Einstein So fear not, dear fellow human Americans; sooner or later, your new president will fall by what made him rise to his current position. Karma's more than just a bitch; she works in wonderful ways. Don't stay silent to what makes you uncomfortable. Exercise your civic duty. Speak up and speak out. Lobby those you elected to represent you. Keep those phone lines busy as hell. Raise hell! #forecastfriday #Heraclitus #AlbertEinstein #quotes #fellowhumanbeings #americans #americanpolitics #inauguration #bs2017 #dumptrump #takecourage #civicduty #dontlooseheart #dontlosehope #holdhimtoaccount #freedomofpress #freedomofexpression #firstamendment #firstamendmentrights
18 301/20/2017 04:50 AM
"The only thing that is constant is change." - #Heraclitus . . . #sunset #skyporn #sky
41 201/19/2017 22:01 PM
"No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man." #heraclitus #castle #maisonslafitte #yvelines #paris #france
91 101/19/2017 18:35 PM
Todo fluye, nada permanece #pantarei #pantarhei #heraclito #totflueix #riu #heraclit #heraclite #toutcoule #heraclitus #everythingflows #cerdagne #cerdanya #pirineus #pyrenees #66 #bourgmadame
#heraclitus #live #life 
#warriors #boss #quote
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#heraclitus #meditations #thoughtoftheday #tbt #latergram #weekendstyles #nyc #centralpark #wanderings #changeisconstant #travelgram #live #love #mementovivere
{No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man} . . . #heraclitus #meditations #thoughtoftheday #tbt #latergram #weekendstyles #nyc #centralpark #wanderings #changeisconstant #travelgram #live #love #mementovivere
38 001/19/2017 15:51 PM
All things come out of the One and the One out of all things. I see
nothing but Becoming. Be not deceived! It is the fault of your
limited outlook and not the fault of the essence of things if you
believe that you see firm land anywhere in the ocean of Becoming
and Passing. You need names for things, just as if they had a
rigid permanence, but the very river in Which you bathe a second
time is no longer the same one which you entered before. -
Heraclitus, 500 B.C.

#internal #revolution #egoism #altruism #expansion #self #consciousness #awareness #desires #forces #energy #mind #thought #heart #soul #intention #light #connection #remedy #everything #interconnected #cosmic #dance #nature #forms #spiral #universe #unfolding #heraclitus
All things come out of the One and the One out of all things. I see nothing but Becoming. Be not deceived! It is the fault of your limited outlook and not the fault of the essence of things if you believe that you see firm land anywhere in the ocean of Becoming and Passing. You need names for things, just as if they had a rigid permanence, but the very river in Which you bathe a second time is no longer the same one which you entered before. - Heraclitus, 500 B.C. #internal #revolution #egoism #altruism #expansion #self #consciousness #awareness #desires #forces #energy #mind #thought #heart #soul #intention #light #connection #remedy #everything #interconnected #cosmic #dance #nature #forms #spiral #universe #unfolding #heraclitus
19 001/19/2017 15:23 PM
The sun is new each day~ Heraclitus⛅
#heraclitus #summervibes #sun #chilltime #colombo #srilanka #sunshine #crew #crewlife #☉
17 001/19/2017 14:45 PM
#instaquote #quote #quoteoftheday #heraclitus
13:23 EST, 1.18.17 #YorkRiver #Yorktown #colonialparkway #Virginia #heraclitus #pantarhei
9 001/18/2017 18:51 PM
At some point in time, human beings began thinking about the world around them and their place in it—about why they were there, about what the world is made of, about what it all means and whether or not death forms the irrevocable end of their existence. Magic, superstition, and mysticism dominated attempts to understand the world for most of our early history—and then came along the so-called first philosophers, the Early Greeks, the Presocratics (anachronistically named as so often happens in the history of ideas [think of the Neoplatonism]). What unites these thinkers, and what gives them their place in history, is that they favored natural explanations over supernatural ones—they valued logos over mythos, exploration over acceptance of established lore. And thus was born the love of wisdom: philosophy. The Early Greeks sought to explain the origin, the structure, and the processes governing the universe. Or rather, it should be said, the cosmos—the Greek word kosmos not only referring to the totality of things, but also suggesting an elegant, ordered universe. And an ordered universe is, of course, an explicable universe. This sense that the universe—that everything—can in principle be explained underlies much of subsequent Western thought and civilization. I have always been partial to this period of history, to reading about those who first postulated substances that were supposed to underlie everything (think Thales and water), comfortably and peacefully and beautifully far away in time—yet also strangely close to home. I was making my way through the 'Ancient Greeks' section in Hergenhahn and Henley's Introduction to the History of Psychology the other day, which rekindled some of my Presocratic passion. I have Russell's History of Western Philosophy and the first volume of Frederick Copleston's History of Philosophy on Greece and Rome, both of which provide lovely if somewhat idiosyncratic accounts, and I have A Presocratics Reader, edited by Patricia Curd, which however offers only a rather bare selection of extant fragments (sadly, many of the writings we have of the Early Greeks are fragmentary). ...
At some point in time, human beings began thinking about the world around them and their place in it—about why they were there, about what the world is made of, about what it all means and whether or not death forms the irrevocable end of their existence. Magic, superstition, and mysticism dominated attempts to understand the world for most of our early history—and then came along the so-called first philosophers, the Early Greeks, the Presocratics (anachronistically named as so often happens in the history of ideas [think of the Neoplatonism]). What unites these thinkers, and what gives them their place in history, is that they favored natural explanations over supernatural ones—they valued logos over mythos, exploration over acceptance of established lore. And thus was born the love of wisdom: philosophy. The Early Greeks sought to explain the origin, the structure, and the processes governing the universe. Or rather, it should be said, the cosmos—the Greek word kosmos not only referring to the totality of things, but also suggesting an elegant, ordered universe. And an ordered universe is, of course, an explicable universe. This sense that the universe—that everything—can in principle be explained underlies much of subsequent Western thought and civilization. I have always been partial to this period of history, to reading about those who first postulated substances that were supposed to underlie everything (think Thales and water), comfortably and peacefully and beautifully far away in time—yet also strangely close to home. I was making my way through the 'Ancient Greeks' section in Hergenhahn and Henley's Introduction to the History of Psychology the other day, which rekindled some of my Presocratic passion. I have Russell's History of Western Philosophy and the first volume of Frederick Copleston's History of Philosophy on Greece and Rome, both of which provide lovely if somewhat idiosyncratic accounts, and I have A Presocratics Reader, edited by Patricia Curd, which however offers only a rather bare selection of extant fragments (sadly, many of the writings we have of the Early Greeks are fragmentary). ...
495 501/18/2017 16:27 PM
7:19 EST, 1.18.17 #YorkRiver #Yorktown #colonialparkway #Virginia #heraclitus #pantarhei #anothergrayday
#heraclitus #eraclito #pantarei #tuttoscorre #arche #tears #ilfilosofodellelacrime #haen #seicento #arte #mediterraneoinchiaroscuro #malta🇲🇹 #roma #barberini #thefreak #artepop
Anyone can be a poet with a single touch of love💖. #onelove #globelcitizen #turkey #heraclitus #learning #understanding #plato #poet #touch #love #greece #democritus #greed #talk #listen #aristotle #great #genius #exist #madness #india #yoga #yogisunilsharma #quote #philosophy #philosopher #myphilosophy
My Sea and River work on Forreal Art Fair Amsterdam! This week. Gallery Untitled stand 4. #sea #amsterdam #galleryuntitled #forreal #Lennyoosterwijk #naturephotography #naturelovers #artlover #artphoto #nature #rivier #heraclitus #koan #zen #meditation #reflection #freedom #sailing #art #rotterdamcontemporaryartfair #artweek #photolovers #artfair #photoart #photofair #riverphotography #affordableartfair #sanderbuijk #forreal2017
At some point in time, human beings began thinking about the world around them and their place in it—about why they were there, about what the world is made of, about what it all means and whether or not death forms the irrevocable end of their existence. Magic, superstition, and mysticism dominated attempts to understand the world for most of our early history—and then came along the so-called first philosophers, the Early Greeks, the Presocratics (anachronistically named as so often happens in the history of ideas [think of the Neoplatonism]). What unites these thinkers, and what gives them their place in history, is that they favored natural explanations over supernatural ones—they valued logos over mythos, exploration over acceptance of established lore. And thus was born the love of wisdom: philosophy. The Early Greeks sought to explain the origin, the structure, and the processes governing the universe. Or rather, it should be said, the cosmos—the Greek word kosmos not only referring to the totality of things, but also suggesting an elegant, ordered universe. And an ordered universe is, of course, an explicable universe. This sense that the universe—that everything—can in principle be explained underlies much of subsequent Western thought and civilization. I have always been partial to this period of history, to reading about those who first postulated substances that were supposed to underlie everything (think Thales and water), comfortably and peacefully and beautifully far away in time—yet also strangely close to home. I was making my way through the 'Ancient Greeks' section in Hergenhahn and Henley's Introduction to the History of Psychology the other day, which rekindled some of my Presocratic passion. I have Russell's History of Western Philosophy and the first volume of Frederick Copleston's History of Philosophy on Greece and Rome, both of which provide lovely if somewhat idiosyncratic accounts, and I have A Presocratics Reader, edited by Patricia Curd, which however offers only a rather bare selection of extant fragments (sadly, many of the writings we have of the Early Greeks are fragmentary). ...
At some point in time, human beings began thinking about the world around them and their place in it—about why they were there, about what the world is made of, about what it all means and whether or not death forms the irrevocable end of their existence. Magic, superstition, and mysticism dominated attempts to understand the world for most of our early history—and then came along the so-called first philosophers, the Early Greeks, the Presocratics (anachronistically named as so often happens in the history of ideas [think of the Neoplatonism]). What unites these thinkers, and what gives them their place in history, is that they favored natural explanations over supernatural ones—they valued logos over mythos, exploration over acceptance of established lore. And thus was born the love of wisdom: philosophy. The Early Greeks sought to explain the origin, the structure, and the processes governing the universe. Or rather, it should be said, the cosmos—the Greek word kosmos not only referring to the totality of things, but also suggesting an elegant, ordered universe. And an ordered universe is, of course, an explicable universe. This sense that the universe—that everything—can in principle be explained underlies much of subsequent Western thought and civilization. I have always been partial to this period of history, to reading about those who first postulated substances that were supposed to underlie everything (think Thales and water), comfortably and peacefully and beautifully far away in time—yet also strangely close to home. I was making my way through the 'Ancient Greeks' section in Hergenhahn and Henley's Introduction to the History of Psychology the other day, which rekindled some of my Presocratic passion. I have Russell's History of Western Philosophy and the first volume of Frederick Copleston's History of Philosophy on Greece and Rome, both of which provide lovely if somewhat idiosyncratic accounts, and I have A Presocratics Reader, edited by Patricia Curd, which however offers only a rather bare selection of extant fragments (sadly, many of the writings we have of the Early Greeks are fragmentary). ...
495 501/18/2017 16:27 PM
aLL is fLuX noThinG stayS sTiLL.. 🐳 #heraclitus #allisfluxnothingstaysstill #tbt
aLL is fLuX noThinG stayS sTiLL.. 🐳 #heraclitus #allisfluxnothingstaysstill #tbt
96 1911/17/2016 07:24 AM
No man ever steps in the same river twice,
for it's not the same river and he's not the same man.
— #Heraclitus
ไม่มีผู้ใดจะเหยียบแม่น้ำสายเดิมได้เป็นครั้งที่สอง เพราะมันไม่มีทางเป็นกระแสน้ำเดิม และคนผู้นั้นก็ไม่ใช่คนเดิมอีกแล้ว. ( งงมะ.. ถ้าเปรียบแม่น้ำเป็น
No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man. — #Heraclitus ไม่มีผู้ใดจะเหยียบแม่น้ำสายเดิมได้เป็นครั้งที่สอง เพราะมันไม่มีทางเป็นกระแสน้ำเดิม และคนผู้นั้นก็ไม่ใช่คนเดิมอีกแล้ว. ( งงมะ.. ถ้าเปรียบแม่น้ำเป็น "เวลา" จะไม่งง เพราะเวลาผ่านไปแล้วไม่ย้อนคืน คนก็เรียนรู้ที่จะมีชีวิตต่อไปเช่นกัน เขาจึงไม่ใช่คนเดิม. ) #สิ่งที่ได้จากการทำข้อสอบวันนี้ #กราบอาจารย์ 🙄
47419 34112/01/2016 10:04 AM
No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man.  #heraclitus #österreich #hüttngaudi #nikon #snowboarding
No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man. #heraclitus #österreich #hüttngaudi #nikon #snowboarding
168 203/31/2016 13:57 PM
Nothing endures but change / Değişmeyen tek şey değişimin kendisidir. By #heraclitus amca
#istanbulcoffeefestival 
Etiketler anca sığabildi gençler 😏
Nothing endures but change / Değişmeyen tek şey değişimin kendisidir. By #heraclitus amca #istanbulcoffeefestival Etiketler anca sığabildi gençler 😏
51 010/09/2016 08:10 AM
#tapantarei #everythingflows #heraclitus #samothrace #artonwalls 🗝🌊🌪
117 007/14/2016 17:11 PM
All things come into being by conflict of opposites, and the sum of things flows like a stream. #Heraclitus
All things come into being by conflict of opposites, and the sum of things flows like a stream. #Heraclitus
73 611/10/2016 14:16 PM
There is nothing permanent except change #heraclitus #time #tochange
There is nothing permanent except change #heraclitus #time #tochange
105 201/04/2017 01:47 AM
Change is the only constant thing..... Nothing is permanent. #Heraclitus school of thought
Change is the only constant thing..... Nothing is permanent. #Heraclitus school of thought
113 012/05/2016 07:28 AM
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