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From Fritjof Capra’s classic Tao of physics:”Modern physics has thus revealed that every subatomic particle not only performs an energy dance, but also is an energy dance; a pulsating process of creation and destruction. 102 more words


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Portrait of Fritjof Capra: Physicist, Systems Theorist, author of several international best sellers.
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"Mystics understand the roots of the Tao but not its branches; scientists understand its branches but not its roots. Science does not need mysticism and mysticism does not need science; but man needs both."  
I love this book and this physicist. I believe that his books and research are of fundamental importance with regard to informing humanities very necessary transition into a, "Holistic World View Paradigm." His cross-disciplinary contributions to a deeper understanding of both the sciences and spirituality are extraordinary. His works feature prominently on my list of all time personal classics. It's always awesome to see others who have been similarly inspired by them. Many thanks to Bostajn.K over at Arrow of Life for sharing this!  

Fritjof Capra Quote.

Capra, Fritjof. The Tao of Physics. 25th ed. Boston: Shambhala Publications, 2000. Print.


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