impermanence : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the property of not existing for indefinitely long durations

  • But with the anonymity and impermanence of the Internet (no more telltale boxes of magazines under the bed), there's less appetite for Playboy's now almost coy-seeming nudity.
  • The second rule is impermanence, which in this context translates into taking the long view of things.
  • Exasperated, like other young perfectionists, at the chemical impermanence of certain modern ready-made paint, Grosser began some years ago to grind and mix his own colors, a .

  • the Buddha in
    'Mahaparnirvana Sutta' Buddha said about Lumbini as "Ananda, Lumbini where the Thathagatha was born, is a place which should be visited and seen by a person of devotion and which would cause awareness and apprehension of the nature of impermanence....
  • Doris Doerrie in Earthtimes
    In Japan, cherry blossoms symbolize the impermanence of life; they are a reminder of how fragile and fleeting life is but also how beautiful,said Doerrie.
  • Jake Shears in This is London
    No, theatre doesn't interest me because of its impermanence. I'm much more into psychedelic film,says Jake.

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