At some point in potentially everyone’s journey of remembrance there will be at time where, to meet your true self again, you must walk back through the dark and ugly paths of your past. Indeed, it can be frightening, but on the God scale of things, what is fear to a divine being?”
When we learn to live with impermanence, we allow ourselves to find more joy in life. We allow ourselves to be more grateful for the present moments, and to enjoy things for what they are, as they are. We learn not to hold on to things to the point that we try to force their continuations in our physical lives. We accept that life will changes, and that our experiences are simply to be experienced. Whether the moment is joyous or unpleasant, it will pass. Because life is meant to flow. It is not meant to be stagnant or attached at all.