[For, according to Heraclitus, it is not possible to step twice
into the same river, nor is it possible to touch a mortal substance twice
in so far as its state is concerned. But, thanks to the swiftness and speed
of change,] it scatters <things> and brings <them> together again,
[(or, rather, it brings together and lets go neither again nor later, but
simultaneously)] it forms and dissolves, and it approaches and departs.