Examples of impermanence in a Sentence
the ancient Roman ruins are a telling reminder of the impermanence of even the grandest man-made constructions
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Snapchat, an app that sets itself apart through the impermanence of its video and photo messages, did not comment.
So much of my work is ephemeral and temporary, so acceptance of impermanence is a necessity.
One of the truly amazing things about the job Hurney inherits: Football moves so fast, and there is a consistent impermanence to the game, with coaches and players changing at breakneck speed.
This breezy new play by Adam Szymkowicz, receiving its world premiere production at Portland Center Stage under the direction of Rose Riordan, is warm and cheerful but clear-eyed about the impermanence of love.
If the usual trappings of adulthood don’t seem attainable, and a permanent sense of precariousness seems unavoidable, why not embrace impermanence instead?
Like a ghost image of the east side 30 years earlier, before the waves of gentrification, or the present moment glimpsed in its impermanence.
The impermanence and precariousness of modern life can be deeply unnerving.
The sunlit meditation hall at the Shambhala Center in downtown Manhattan is usually reserved for serious Buddhist practice — austere contemplation, the silent cultivation of wisdom, deliberate reflection on the world’s fundamental impermanence.
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