Saturday, November 11, 2006

Things do not change;

we change.
- Thoreau
Seen on another blog: The Lost Highway



Fourhorsemen said...

We change -- and yet at our core, there lies a point of never changing constantance (our soul?). It is a paradox of life – constant change and permanence. I am quite comfortable with such seemingly mutually exclusive truths co-existing. Does not ruffle my mind feathers in the least.

Searching for a tiny Shostakovich edible to upload and to give you the link to....which one to choose...that is the question.

Paul said...

I've been trying to fall in love with Shostakovich's Symphony #5 in D minor all week. I may get there.

I'd love a recommendation.

(I'm really much more of a C-M Widor fan. The Toccata from his 5th Symphony in F minor was played at my wedding.)