An 8 year old’s Philosophic Thought of the Day

Even if you go back to the same place and nothing’s changed, it’s still not the same.

How can this be? Do you have examples from your own life?

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5 thoughts on “An 8 year old’s Philosophic Thought of the Day

  1. Math… In space you may be on the same spot, but in time it is two different points.

    Plus…

    I went back to Diablos in my fifth year… And didn’t know anyone. A huge shock from being recognised as I walked around campus.

  2. We see through different eyes. We’ve changed. Things that mattered before often lose their luster as we evolve. Ie what did I ever see in that guy? It’s true of things that do change too. I’m writing a post about that right now. … Be well, Dorothy 🙂

    • Thanks for the comment and the thoughts. My son and i talked further about some of our ideas, too, such as when you try to recreate a great time you had with someone, or in a particular place, you find it can never be recreated, as there is always something that is different, either you, or the other people, or even just the lighting/the mood.

      I look forward to reading your post!

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