anitya asuci duhkha anatma su nitya suci sukha atmakhyatir avidya
Ignorance thinks of the impermanent as permanent, the impure as pure, pain as pleasure and the non-self as the self.Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, 2.5
anitya = impermanent
asuci = impure
duhkha = pain
anatma = non-self
su = in these
nitya = permanent
suci = pure
sukha = pleasure
atma = self
khyatir = thinks
avidya = ignorance, blindness to absolute truth
In the Summer I often come to Hastings (a seaside town in the UK) and see and hear seagulls and baby seagulls. It’s not the same baby seagulls I see every year, but there is something very same-y about them.
Death has nothing to do with going away.Rumi
The sun sets and the moon sets, but they’re not gone.