Monday, April 13, 2009


If nothing is permanent, that means that everything is impermanent. Since nothing is permanent, then the state of impermanence cannot be permanent either. But impermanence cannot be impermanent, because at some point, things would have to become permanent. But nothing is permanent. Everything is impermanent. But not permanently. Or impermanently.

You dig?


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