what perturbation and what evil thoughts, not seeing underneath the sorrows of impermanence
, the impurity, the unreality!
Poet and critic Wilkinson explores the material life of the lyric poem investigating how it-as an object, as an event-grapples with permanence and impermanence
, the rhythms of change, and the passing of time.
According to Clark, "Many have not come back to New Orleans because of lack of opportunities locally and because the dominant model of redevelopment has created obstacles to their return." In a subsequent essay, Clark writes that New Orleans represents "an apocalyptic city" because of its very impermanence
. In fact, he believes "it is inevitable that New Orleans will meet its final apocalyptic fate before long."
Wabi-sabi is valuing imperfection, impermanence
, and the natural devolving of everything born or made.
When I'm with her, I can't help but be mindful of the looming end, the impermanence
By talking about the transience of human life, in this case his own, he is actually hinting at the impermanence
of things around us social mobility, relationships, political goings-on etc.
The aesthetic is sometimes described as one of beauty that is 'imperfect, impermanent and incomplete.' It is a view of life that acknowledges three simple realities: nothing lasts, nothing is finished and nothing is perfect.' It is beauty or serenity that comes with age when the life of the object and its impermanence
are evidenced in its patina and wear, or in any visible repairs.
Describing her work, Ammama Malik said: 'In my recent body of work I have painted the human figure and smoke to experiment and explore ideas of impermanence
. Using the characteristics of smoke, and the transforming quality of oils I've endeavoured to indicate how everything changes and nothing is permanent.'
It is the eternal law of life the law of impermanence
anything that begins will end.
His death is, however, a bitter reminder of life's impermanence
Even her writing style celebrates this impermanence
The narrative is a gentle elegy to the Japanese aesthetic of 'mono no aware', to the impermanence
or ephemerality of things.