In Patti Smith’s memoir, Woolgathering, she writes that the “only thing you can count on is change.” Not change as a going from A to B. Rather as an ongoing movement: the world is constantly changing.
Graham Music, who is a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, pleads in his book, The Good Life, for a change. Unlike Smith, his metaphysical foundation is not that everything is changing or becoming. Instead, his approach favors that some things are not changing, e.g. what is good and bad. He is a moral Platonist.
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