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Impermanence is Here to Stay

Sometimes I wake up and have no idea where I am. 

I search the room for clues, and think to myself this is how people struggling with Alzheimer's must feel, as if searching for a misplaced shoe you lost a decade ago.

Where the hell is my ship, my views, my hospitable porter?

It's disorienting to forget where you are in life, who's currently part of your narrative, especially when bits and pieces of the storyline have vanished, as if an involuntary detachment to all things nonessential, this to me is how we die, or possibly the toll of ones death? Maybe we are not meant to fully understand, and life is more of a hands on experience, our only job is to choose how we will tackle it moment by moment? 

I love this quote by Wayne Muller, he says in that inevitable, human moment, we are offered a powerful choice. This choice is perhaps one of the most vitally important choices we will ever make, and it determines the course of our lives from that moment forward. The choice is this: W…

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