Everything we have been seeking has been perishable. Everything that we have done was to search and to find that which is perishable. Which is impermanent. Blood, sweat and tears—wars we have done. So many things to find things you cannot keep.
I point you to something, which you cannot not be. Which is not perishable. Because all that you see, all that you taste, all that you imagine, all that you dream, all you think or believe, time says: all this belongs to me. I have eaten generations before you. Great men, great Kings and Queens and Emperors, I’ve eaten all of them. And I’m about to eat you also.
The only thing it cannot eat is the pure awareness from where it came. And I’m showing you where that awareness is, and how you cannot be other than that. For you to discover that which is imperishable...