Impermanence

Zen garden

Zen garden

What the mind creates for us is not reality.  What we observe in a world based in forms is transient.

What exists is our depth of being and a paradox called impermanence.

Our observable reality is a story, albeit, an amazingly consistent story.

Eventually, changes occur, and the things that we have grown to be so comfortable with in our lives, are gone, like a soap bubble,

There is nothing to fear about acknowledging this changing, however the ego is much more happy with that which it is familiar.  The ego does not particularly like to adapt.

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