The only thing constant is change.

Everything changes. The whole world is in constant motion, from the revolution around the sun, the rotation of the planet, all the way down to the constant movement of the subatomic particles that make it — and us — up.

Change is neither bad nor good; it simply is. Our response to change, however, demonstrates who we are as individuals and as a species.

“Never change,” she cursed,
turning him to stone.

Today’s edition of The Edges of Dreaming is about a demonstration of constant change: flowing water. We’ll hear a variety of tracks from the RadioSpiral library, including works by Lutz Thuns and Glenn Sogge, Lucette Bourdin, Max Corbacho, Cousin Silas and Head Joint, Robert Carty, Juta Takahashi, Gypsy Witch, Thom Brennan, poemme, Dan Pound, Jaime Munárriz and Glenn Sogge, usr/sbin, and EugeneKha.

“River Song” – Lucette Bourdin – Raven’s Dream (2006)
“How Many Meanders Make a Stream” – Lutz Thuns & Glenn Sogge – Lost Times, Long Times (2019)
“No Form nor Colour” – Max Corbacho – BreathStream (2008)
“Our Lives By The Stream” – Cousin Silas And Head Joint – A Journey Beyond Understanding (2015)
“River Flow” – Robert Carty – Ecoroots (2014)
“Evensong” – Juta Takahashi – Across the Flow (2007)
“Quickening Flow” – usr/sbin – The Pink Moon (2010)
“The Never-Ending Stream” – Gypsy Witch – Unspoken (2017)
“Volga Tribal” – EugeneKha – River Songs (Echoes Sounds Edited 2013) (2010)
“Tiger River” – Thom Brennan with Steve Roach – Mountains (1987)
“melting streams” – poemme – Blooming Spring (2017)
“By the Stream at Twilight” – Dan Pound – Night Watch (2008)
“The Streams of Spirits Electrify the Mosses” – Jaime Munárriz and Glenn Sogge – Territories Without Charts (2017)

Image “Brook at Toten, Norway” by Øyvind Holmstad – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=82803328

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