"We are all, in a sense, in a constant state of 'becoming' rather than 'being'. " - Harry Stephens
I was in my Theory of Form
class today and of all the things that Harry said, this statement struck me the most. Life in a state of flux is, ironically, life at a constant
The idea that our 'being' (as in 'existing') is inextricably linked to our 'becoming' (constant state of change) is amazingly fascinating... with that in mind, people then are not so much finished works of art as they are works in progress
.. completely incomplete
if you will.
I've been quite into this idea recently.. quietly watching life unfold.
One of my favourite times of day is walking down the main walkway in uni when the sun is setting. Watching the sky sink from a brilliant blue to a golden haze, i can't help but wonder why it is that people only want to see the end product.. if only we appreciated the beauty of the works in progress, we would see the whole sunset not just the dark night sky...
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