However, the reader needs to be an excellent swimmer like those from Delos, so as not to be drown from his book".E difficile battersi contro il desiderio: a prezzo dell'anima, acquisterà ciò che ambisce.Timon of Phlius (Greek sceptic philosopher and satirical poet, 300 BCE) called him 'Ainiktês', the "Riddler", some other philosophers referred to him as "the Weeping Philosopher", a humorous reference to his claim that all things flow like rivers.Heraclitus’ 'book' «Peri Physeos» was then mostly a collection of concise gnomic thoughts and was perhaps divided in three sections: cosmology, politics and theology.This Pyr is the essence of Lógos which creates an infinite and uncorrupted world, without beginning.It converts this world into various shapes as a harmony of the opposites.Now, you may be thinking, “my partner and I are nothing alike, and we’re very happy.” Chances are that you and your partner are more similar than you realize and are just more inclined to notice the differences. There is some research showing that partners who complement each other’s qualities can be successful.Here, partners are not truly opposite but instead have qualities that fit nicely with the partner.
Chiasmus and oxymoron were the most frequent figures of style he used to express his thoughts.
Yet, there is another common sense belief that “birds of a feather flock together.” Certainly both feel right and have an element of what Stephan Colbert would call “truthiness.” This is why relationship science is so important, because it provides the only way to know for sure which of these common sense ideas is true.
Although there are competing common sense beliefs, the existing research overwhelmingly supports the idea that similarity leads to attraction and better quality relationships. These are important similarities that help the relationship that people may overlook. Let’s assume that one partner is a devout Catholic who is extroverted, hard-working, and likes to travel, while the other partner is an atheist who is introverted, lazy, and hates leaving their hometown. It is also difficult to see how this would be an ideal relationship that was happy and long lasting.
Heraclitus dedicated his work and placed it in the temple of Artemis, as some say, having 'purposely' written it rather obscurely so that only those of rank and influence should have access to it, and it should not be easily despised by the populace.
When Socrates read Heraclitus’ 'book' said that "The concepts I understand are great, but I believe that the concepts I can't understand are great too.
It is not the same river obviously since the water has all moved along downstream.