Heraclitus of Ephesus, the well renowned pre-Socratic Greek philosopher, once famously said, “you never step into the same river twice.” Venky was wondering why the master philosopher did not include sunsets within the ambit of his thinking. No sunset was ever the same. Each sunset had its own meaning and majesty; its own purpose and passion; its own anger and anxiety. Hence as you never step into the same river twice, so you never glimpse the same setting sun twice.
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