Side B (just for the record)

heads changing size from child to adult

As I was just sayin’ over here, I don’t think that change is all about the outside. But as humans, do we really change at all? Or is it only the outside that grows, develops, withers and decays? Are our minds, like Shakespeare’s idea of love, constant and unchanging? Psychologists seem to think our minds are more fluid and adaptable than we ever thought before, and can perhaps even have an influence on things around us, as Masaru Emoto’s contoversial theories, and quantum physics theory seems to suggest.

The philosopher Heraclitus seemed to think that we are all change, and maintained that
‘No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river, and he’s not the same man’. Food for thought indeed.

Image AP,  Ricardo GangaleImage AP, Ricardo Gangale