This is what the Buddha called the greatest happiness: to know peace unchanged by changing conditions.

By changing the way we perceive ourselves and the world we live in, we can transform the way we experience ourselves and the world.

Cast off your attachment to the past. There is beauty to be found in change.

If the world is not going the way you want it to, perhaps it is better to change yourself.

A supple mind accepts change and is not attached to the past. Rather than lamenting change, it finds new beauty and hope in it. That is a life to which to aspire.

To be able to notice the less obvious beauty, to appreciate it, to change perspective for a time is a type of quiet, a way of rest.