THESE THREE THINGS 611


Read this quote today and it just seemed right for all the things.

RESISTANCE "It is the caterpillar’s job to resist the butterfly and the butterfly’s job to become stronger because of this opposition.
When the butterfly cells first appear in the body of the caterpillar, its immune system does not recognize them and attacks. But they keep on coming. And eventually, the caterpillar’s immune system fails and its body breaks down. Then the butterfly begins to form, with cells strengthened by the process.
It is the job of the system in place to resist the emergence of a new system — this resistance gives strength and validity to the new system. What appears to be a conflict between old and new is actually a transformation, in which each plays a part." Adapted from the writing of biologist Elisabet Sahtouris

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