impermanent


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intended, used, or present for a limited time

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not permanent

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existing or enduring for a limited time only

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As such, feelings are viewed as functional emotional states that are linked to coping responses to environmental triggers which are impermanent and not a true reflection of external reality or the self.
Reflection turned from accomplishment and failure with the accompanying satisfaction and self-doubt, to a sense of wonder at the imperfect and impermanent nature of efforts and outcomes.
The anti-independence campaign, Better Together, stressed the economic consequences of independence, fanning uncertainties about lost jobs, insecure pensions and Scotland's reliance on impermanent oil revenues.
Shortly after opening, the building was retrofit with partial height, impermanent walls.
Developed to address the security needs, BYOD policies, and message restrictions in the enterprise, TigerText is committed to keeping mobile communications secure, private and impermanent.
Make a pledge to the CRASH 2015 No Christmas Card Appeal and forego an impermanent Christmas card to make a permanent difference.
I saw the aggregates as impermanent, I saw them as suffering and nonself.
6) The definition of permanent, semi-permanent, and impermanent housing structures is as follows:
It also believes that inherently conductive polymers will continue to make inroads into the larger ESD market, displacing currently used inexpensive - and often impermanent - materials.
Artpark, located on spectacular grounds just a few miles from both Love Canal and Niagara Falls, was founded in 1974 as a state-funded laboratory for impermanent art.
In other words, Buddha-nature is our capacity to free ourselves from the suffering that torments us, to find peace beyond chasing after impermanent realities.
In a letter explaining his motivation, Taheri-Azar wrote that he had "no desire to amass the impermanent and temporary fame and material wealth this world has to offer.
is the lost, impermanent light The soul is pulled toward, and longs for,
people who want daily contact with the essence of life - the impermanent realities of existence.
According to the study, presenteeism is more frequent when people face job insecurity and impermanent job status, absenteeism, however, is more elevated in unionized work settings or when unemployment is low.