|Quality: DVD9||Release date: January 29, 2018|
|Duration: 94 min||Original title: Yun shui zhi lv|
8. To learn True Forgiveness.— Kabamur (@kabamur_taygeta) January 18, 2018
Realize the impermanence of the Story of “You”.
Remember Who You Are!
What does it mean to live in a world where nothing is permanent, where everything (including yourself) is in an unrelenting state of flux? I discuss impermanence on this week's episode, featuring text excerpts from Dogen and Alan Watts.— Daily Zen (@dailyzen) January 24, 2018
But this raises bigger questions. Like, isn’t the melt and its impermanence what makes ice cream so beautiful?— Carvel Ice Cream (@CarvelIceCream) January 25, 2018
Thats exactly what its supposed to look like though lol. Im a guac expert— Grim_Motive (@MC_Impermanence) January 23, 2018
THAT is a hot mess is what THAT is.— Grim_Motive (@MC_Impermanence) January 23, 2018
The main reason I find myself crying is impermanence. But it’s ok. Things are made more beautiful by the fact that they won’t stay. 🧡💔🧡— Kelly-Ann Maddox (@KellyAnnMaddox) January 25, 2018
I know they've binned it, but I'm *still* furious about the badge. No scale, no grandeur, no stature... just an laptop-designed ingratiating gimmick that reeks of impermanence. Abysmal on every level. #lufc— EastStandUpper (@EastStandUpper) January 25, 2018
THIS is good guacamole— next time you fuckin put a hand on me ima fucking (@_ChrisOk) January 23, 2018
A violent wind does not last . . .— Tao Essentials (@TaoEssentials) January 27, 2018
— Lao Tzu
photo by Scott Ruzzene #Taoism #impermanence
You have only one True Attachment and that is to Source.— Ginormous Buddha (@GinormousBuddha) January 26, 2018
Every other perceived attachment is an illusion of mind.
We emerge from Source and return to Source.
The Whole can never be separated.
If you experience loss with this mindset, it can ease your suffering.
May those caught in sadness and despair gain insight into impermanence.— Buddhism Now (@Buddhism_Now) January 26, 2018
The wheel of life is depicted on this 19th-century Tibetan Buddhist thangka. The world is shown in the hands of the demon Mara, indicative of temptation, death and impermanence #LivingWithTheGods— British Museum (@britishmuseum) January 19, 2018
Enjoy the good feeling— Inner Practitioner (@MindTendencies) January 26, 2018
Endure the bad feeling
The more you fully experience them
The more you see their similarity
Clinging to impermanence is the reason for your suffering
"god's not real. when you die, you're dead"— Hopper (@karatedentist) January 28, 2018
"they deserve to know"
"the afterlife is just a void of black"
"i will not be silenced"
"religion is a delusion that shields us from the reality of impermanence"
atheist flight attendant was amazing #snl
"Impermanence"— Juliana Garces (@Juliana_Garces_) January 27, 2018
Mixed media. #Abstract #Art
garden ground #FlowerReport— first last (@impermanence42) January 28, 2018