The pre-Socratic Greek philosopher Heraclitus believed that the world was always in flux.  When you stepped into a river, by the time you thought about your foot, the river you had stepped in was no longer there.  It had been replaced by a new river, always flowing, through the river of time.

Here, the Heraclitean River flows ever on.  Novel issues and novel perspectives are addressed.  Heraclitus also believed that we could learn from the unity of opposites, and indeed, the solution to many problems is to start by realizing that the two polarized positions commonly offered to us are often just a framework prohibiting us from seeing another solution.  Only through examination of the underlying conflict can we hope to achieve the status of true change.

Please join with us in navigating these ever-moving waters.