“As adults, we are experts in transformation since we are ourselves in constant transformation, undergoing development. From birth to death, we are consistently transforming ourselves while remaining the same and becoming “ourselves” at the same time. This is a fruit of the negativity that inheres our existence as finite beings. In fact, the movement we are engaged in as humans is that of always again overcoming ourselves, and herein lies the infinity we would in vain seek outside of this movement” (p.5).
Laske, O. (2009). Change and crisis in dialectical thinking: on the need to think again when getting involved with change. Retrieved February 24, 2014, from http://www.interdevelopmentals.org/httpdocs/pubs/OLaske-Change-Crisis.pdf