Posted by: Upāsaka | 07/12/2017

Painted Fruit

Carefully painting the outside of a piece of fruit might temporarily cause it to look beautiful and fresh, but inside it decays, loses its taste, shrivels up, and sours.

Excerpt From: “Wholesome Fear: Transforming Your Anxiety About Impermanence and Death” by Thubten Zopa. 

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