Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
It is indifferent to me where I am to begin, for there shall I return again.
Quoted by Proclus in Commentary on the Parmenides
For it is the same thing that can be thought and that can be.
Quoted by Plotinus in Enneads
And it is all one to me / Where I am to begin; for I shall return there again.
Thinking and the thought that it is are the same; for you will not find thinking apart from what is, in relation to which it is uttered.