The paradox of impermanence. 1/2
In Japan, the old gardens of Kyoto have existed for centuries, but change colors every season and must be cared for every day. To further bring us the same emotions, impermanence must be fully accepted. Everything changes all the time. The philosopher Heraclitus said this a long time ago. Despite this, we tend to see stability as the norm and change as the exception. Yet the world evolves faster than ever. To live in this world serenely, we need to embrace impermanence.