Relative

Every part is whole, and every whole is part of something larger; wholly different in first concept yet related as a brother. Ask a stone in proper language (grain of sand or promontory), ''Are you truth?'' you'll get an answer both complete and fragmentary. - Transitory, too, as when a sudden flight of birds, or fall of rain is witness: Perfect patterns, changing, changeless, part and whole.

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