Marlene, the author of this article, had ended it with the question: ‘How do You deal with Impermanence?’ A very good question!

Put Very simply, I pick some positive point, and hold on to it with the Persistence of a Dog Refusing to give up a bone!

via Permanence


2 thoughts on “Permanence”

  1. I had forgotten about the question. It was almost 3 years ago. I realize there is no permanence so we must enjoy what flows through moment by moment. My ticket was punched shortly after that post. My days of permanence are non existent now. Each morning that I wake up, I’m exceedingly grateful for one more day to play in the world and find joy. Nothing is certain or permanent. Thank you for stopping by.and engaging in the conversation.

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