Waterfalls, rivers, torrents
by Giorgos Marossis
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Water, which provides life, gurgles up unbidden from earth and moves of its own accord, becomes
perfectly leveland clears itself fo sediment when still, takes the shape of any container,
penetrates the tiniest opening, yields to pressure but wears down the hardest stone, becomes hard as ice and disperses as steam, was the model for philosophical ideas about the nature of the cosmos.