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Synonyms for perishableness

unsatisfactoriness by virtue of being subject to decay or spoilage or destruction

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The first is suggested by his reference, in the quotation above, to the lack of anything 'either because of its commonness, or perishableness, fit to supply the place of money'.
The gospel he articulates in the last poems of Sobre los angeles and, supremely, in the first of its sequel, 'Sermon de las cuatro verdades', is the antithesis of the Christian message: there is no after-life, he asserts; we must forget otherworldly preoccupations, which are a delusion, and focus on the material circumstance of this life, especially its innate perishableness, the acceptance of which as a truth is the key to our liberation and the basis of our salvation.