why Heraclitus sucked

Old school reports are fun.

I just found one from when I was 9. It says,

“Although Duncan still produces a phenomenally small quantity of work, there has been progress. He needs to get to work straight away rather than forming all his ideas in his head before he puts pen to paper. Good behaviour and cooperation with others. Excellent creative work.”

I have concluded from this that Heraclitus was wrong about everything being in a constant state of change. 

In order to change, something needs to make some kind of effort.


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