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9th issue topic: Change



You cannot step into the same river twice. A very famous adage by Heraclitus interpreted in a metaphorical manner bringing us to the realisation that the variable nature of the river flow makes one thing in life certain. That anyone or anything is not only capable of change but simply changes all the time, which often comes to us as frightening but leaves us remaining hopeful.  


In the ninth issue of The Lambert, which opens our third year with you, we want to delve into the topic of CHANGE. Why does a change have to exist? How to deal with the constant flux? Why do some so strongly oppose it? Should we like them? Finances, politics, climate crisis, mentality (both Polish and global), dating, and, of course, the questions of the post-COVID-19 reality. Let’s embrace the CHANGE together!  


You can write on one of the suggested topics. BUT, if you want to come up with YOUR OWN TOPIC, you are more than welcome to do so! 


If you want to write on one of the suggested topics, message us FIRST. Don't be shy and ask as many questions as you want and need; we are more than happy to help you with the creative process.


LENGTH: 500-1500 words


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