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# Fundamental Nature of Change
Change is intrinsic, inherent, inevitable and pervasive at all scales. Stability involves constant adaptation and transformation beneath the surface. Continuity masks underlying discontinuities. Change depends on frame of reference and context. Renewal emerges through destruction of old forms.
Change occurs at all scales from quantum to cosmic, molecular to organismic, driven by similar dynamics and principles but with scale-specific manifestations.
Thermodynamic and entropic forces drive change toward lower energy and higher disorder states. Self-organization and feedback loops give rise to order and stability amid ongoing flux and flow of information.
The theories of dialectics, dynamical systems, chaos, evolution and modern physics provide frameworks for understanding and modeling change processes.
Change arises through self-organization and coevolution as an expression of some form of self-transcendence toward higher complexity, interrelation and agency.
Change means impermanence, interconnectedness, uncertainty, possibility, responsibility and freedom. Adaptability, resilience and releasing fixed identities enable flourishing amid flux. Wisdom cultivates skillful response to constant transformation.