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As I talk to them, I think, "It goes on." That is life's great sorrow and greatest solace. It goes on. A star dies and another is formed in a celestial cycle of birth and death. One mountain crumbles to sand and another explodes into being. An ouzel nest may last ten thousand years, while I will be dust in a hundred. When I truly understand, I know there is only the illusion of time, or rather, that we live both within and outside of time, and that we can be grateful for both experiences.
Excerpted from Seeking Peace by Mary Pipher, by arrangement with Riverhead Books, a member of Penguin Group (USA), Inc. Copyright © 2009 by Mary Pipher.