"All that" - I am now is momentary
"All that" is the one that never changes
and all that are not changes

The perishable can be seen
The imperishable cannot be seen

"That which" is tangible is not
"That which" is intangible is all

All virtues and sins are "now"
All that is now shall disappear
All that which is not (now) shall remain..
Line 3 I don't quite follow, KS – how does that fit in?

MrP
Dear Mr. P,

I will try and explain. "All that" that we perceive is limited in time and space and again "all that" never changes. We fail to realise this because we are governed by our illusion that it has changed.

The time it takes to realise this, is also not a change in the concept of "All that" as only the illusion stands to get corrected, rather than the subject, subjecting itself to change.

Thanks so much for taking time to read my post, and pass on your valuble comments.

With regards
Shankar.
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Hi Shankar,

Its great. Keep writing.....I m expecting more and more and not only short & crisp ones....... Please.....

Take care

best regards,
Venkat
K.Shankar"All that" - I am now is momentary

I am now is momentary? :/

Yes. As per Advaita philosophy ( a branch of Hinduism), our existence itself is fleeting, from the stand point of view of identifying yourself with your body
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K.Shankar Yes. As per Advaita philosophy ( a branch of Hinduism), our existence itself is fleeting, from the stand point of view of identifying yourself with your body

I did understand the "momentary" part, but why did you use two different "to be" for "I"?