NOTHING LASTS FOREVER 🙂
FOREVER is not for – ever , it just defines a timespam. Basically forever defines a particular happy time spam, it’s the time between which the two people are happy as hell.
But, at the last , the word forever itself contains the word OVER. as in, fOreVER.
For ever is a concept rather than a reality. Much in the same way as there is no such thing as absolute time (or absolute space for that matter).
As a literary construct or mode of speech it has a nominal meaning of “rest of life”. But in a sprict scientific sense there is no such thing as for ever as it infers a static frame of reference for time
FOREVER IS A LIE. EVEN ROMEO HAD TO DIE
“We have nothing that is really our own; we hold everything as a loan.
Nothing lasts forever, including love. And therefore it must be renewed from time to time in order to become firm and stronger, so as not to become bland.”
Even very great things, he meant, can’t last forever. Or beautiful things, I suppose. Those too. Things that don’t really need replacing except because they fall apart
Everything is ephemeral: on a long enough timeline, everything ends.
Your relationships will end. happiness will end. depression will end. life will end. Nothing lasts for ever—not even those diamonds in the advertisement.
Yet we live our lives like the best things will continue into perpetuity—like the good stuff will stick around and the bad stuff will go away once we obtain everything we want. But, good or bad, life is limited: everything is eventual, endings are inevitable.
Feel warm and fuzzy yet? You should. The most important reason to live in the moment is nothing lasts for ever: Enjoy the moment while it’s in front of you; be present. Accept life for what it is—a finite span of time with infinite possibilities.
Treat friends with the utmost respect. Your lover to your full attention. Today like it matters—because it does. Now is the only time to live in the moment.
Don’t wait until a special occasion to show the people in your life you love them—if we wait until their birthdays, Christmas, or next week, the moment may never come—say the words and show it in your actions every day