Nothing is permanent but Oneself.

One Self experiences itself in its own embodiment and even when this embodiment appears to be impermanent, One Self is always permanent for it underwrites itself; its own embodiment, its own physiciality. Although the above is correct; the words "One" and "Self" should preferably be connected for there is nothing but Oneself experiencing itself as manifoldness. Heraclitus was thus only partially correct when he stated that "There is nothing permanent except change" for Oneself is always only changing in form.
~ Wald Wassermann