Heraclitus speaks of the One and as God, and as a wise man: "Wisdom is only one. She wants and does not want to be called the name of Zeus. "24 God - is the universal Reason (Logos), a universal law, it is inherent in all things, bringing them together in unity and determining the constant changes in Vselennoy.Chelovechesky mind - it is a piece of universal Reason, its concentration at a certain point. Therefore one has to work out at a reasonable view of things and live mind, realizing the unity of all things and the rule of law, which can not be changed; to live in harmony with the necessary processes of the universe and not to rebel against them, because it is an expression of the Logos or comprehensive laws that everything is subject. Mind and consciousness in man - the element of fire - are of great value, because when the pure fire leaves the body, the remaining water in it and the earth has nothing on no good. This idea of ??Heraclitus expressed in the following statement: "It is better to throw the corpse than manure." 25 Man therefore should make every effort to save your soul in dry: "Dry - the wisest and the best." 26 Maybe the shower nicer moisture, however, "if the soul is converted into water, it dies." 27 The soul must strive to rise above private worlds "asleep" and find yourself in the public world, "inactive", in other words, in the public world of thought and reason. This idea is of course the essence of the "Word" of Heraclitus. There is, thus, one immanent law and reason in the universe, and human laws - just his incarnation, the embodiment of the imperfect and very relative. Thus, emphasizing the presence of the universal law and human involvement in the Mind, Heraclitus helped pave the way for the universalist ideas of stoicism.