Ephemeral may be the permanence

Ephemeral—here for but a day—may in fact be the permanence: we see something of meaning, we glimpse hope or sorrow or values within the fibres of life and world, fleeting around the corner, leaving only a shadow to hint to us, and it is in this shadow that we see the really real, the permanence underlying our existence, the existence of the all there is. What is most fleeting may in fact be what is most enduring. Momentarily happy, momentarily loving—what can we do this moment? What we can do this moment is manifest the timeless?

:- Doug.

Published in: Conversations | on February 19th, 2009 | No Comments »

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