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But life is just a party, and parties weren't meant to last.
There is nothing permanent except change.
A permanent state of transition is man's most noble condition.
Turbulence is life force. It is opportunity. Let's love turbulence and use it for change.
Anyone who has lost something they thought was theirs forever finally comes to realise that nothing really belongs to them.
Listen, all creeping things, the bell of transience.
Because we cannot accept the truth of transience, we suffer.
Faust, the Ninth Symphony, and the will of Adolf Hitler are eternal youth and know neither time nor transience.
A ruin is not just something that happened long ago to someone else; its history is that of us all, the transience of power, of ideas, of all human endeavors.
The flower bloomed and faded. The sun rose and sank. The lover loved and went. And what the poets said in rhyme, the young translated into practice.
Poems allow us not only to bear the tally and toll of our transience, but to perceive, within their continually surprising abundance, a path through the grief of that insult into joy.
I like the transience of Klimt paintings.
Surely the glory of journalism is its transience.
Friendships offer good practice in accepting the transience of experience and the persistence of feeling.
The generation of youth in the early 21st century has no way of grasping if they will ever be free from the gnawing sense of the transience, indefiniteness, and provisional nature of any settlement.
'Change' is scientific 'progress' is ethical change is indubitable whereas progress is a matter of controversy.
The days come and go like muffled and veiled figures sent from a distant friendly party but they say nothing and if we do not use the gifts they bring they carry them as silently away.
What is actual is actual only for one time. And only for one place.
All things must change to something new to something strange.
Change must be measured from a known base line.
I see gr-reat changes takin' place ivry day but no change at all ivry fifty years.
Seize the day, then let it go.
Would that life were like the shadow cast by a wall or a tree but it is like the shadow of a bird in flight.
To know yourself you must know the transience of your self.
Like vanishing dew, a passing apparitionor the sudden flashof lightning -- already gone --thus should one regard one's self.
Its funny when people recently change their attitude to gain entrance into your heart, which may only ignite your passion to close the door.
The beauty of this day doesn't depend on its lasting forever.
A little while, their hunger unfulfilled, The mothlike worlds flit 'round the guttering sun.("Ephemera")
They are not long, the days of wine and roses:Out of a misty dreamOur path emerges for awhile, then closesWithin a dream.
Momentary happiness is worse than permanent misery.
I can generally bear the separation but I don't like the leave-taking.
Time wounds all wholes. To exist in Time is to suffer through an endless exile, a successive severing from those precious few moments of feeling at home in the world.
When you get there there isn't any there there.
All changes even the most longed for have their melancholy for what we leave behind us is apart of ourselves we must die to one life before we can enter into another.
As one gets older one discovers everything is going to be exactly the same with different hats on.
You can't step into the same river twice.
Passing pleasures, like passing clouds, are all we have.
There are three things which the public will always clamor for sooner or later: namely novelty novelty novelty.
The more things change the more they stay the same. (Plus ca change plus c'est la meme chose.)
If you want things to stay as they are things will have to change.
All things are subject to change and we change with them. (Omnia mutantur nos et mutamur in illis.)
Change is not made without inconvenience even from worse to better.
Pleasure, like the sparrow, never sits on any one branch too long.
I believe in the brief eternity of the rose.