On The Nature of Change

It is incorrect to say or to claim to understand that “change is constant”. The reason that it is incorrect is because one would have to imply or assume that they understand both change and constancy in order to attempt the actions of saying or understanding. One would have to draw in familiar sentiments in order to imply. Change itself is never complete. It is always incomplete and pressing into the unknown. Constancy is certainly kindred as an entity or force. It exceeds mortality and continues through all avenues that do and do not respond to definition. Thus, the phrase “change is constant” can never ever be communicated correctly.