I’ve just learned of the passing of Leonard Nimoy.
It spawned the following thought:
Here is for what school and parents and no one ever prepares us:
Life never stops changing. Even the good stuff. “This too shall pass,” is meant to bolster us against the hard times so we know they are not fixed, not permanent.
But it also applies to the good.
This too shall pass… and we will be forever trying to adjust to these changes.
The moral is that there is no steady state; there is no equilibrium.
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