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    Little Buddha
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    I came across this YouTube video and it really resonated with me. Here we see a girl realizing and feeling for perhaps the first time her own mortality and the impermanence of reality:

    How many times did I want things not to change and just remain the same as they always were? How many times did I resist change? The end result, just tears at the realization that things were not as I had imagined or hoped them to be. Sadie is a powerful mirror of my own inner child.

    Namaste my TinyBuddha brothers and sisters.

    • This topic was modified 7 years, 4 months ago by Little Buddha.
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    @Jasmine-3
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    Thanks @therock for sharing it. Just beautiful.

    You are getting more awesome by the day, mate !!!

    J

    #62419
    Gracie
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    I thought the same thing when I saw this video a few days ago.
    It made me sad for her that she realized it at such a young age, as I know when I was that young I don’t think I gave it much of a thought.
    At the same time, it may be good for her.
    It is a hard lesson to learn know matter the age..and this will be a beautiful memory for her to share with her brother for years to come.

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