Is the evanescent characteristic of elements is indispensable for evolution and freshness?Here 'element' means every entity whether it is living or non-living.
As a drop of dew with time, when the sun converts that drop of dew into vapor by its heat, it moves to a new dimension and at the same time leaves room for a new and fresh drop of dew.
Is this fleeting moment a sign of growth and freshness?
What if we want that drop of dew to last forever and will that drop be able to make us joyous forever?
We, humans, have conquered land, water, and air. We've seen the postcards become evanescent, where it used to take days to send a message, but today it takes less than a second. For development to take place, postcards need to be faded so that new technology can take place. What does not fade is the message.
Our forum section of ISC is a very good example. Even here threads become evanescent but leaving their fragrance so that new and fresh threads can come. Whatever we learn from those old threads is reflected in the new. This gives us an indication of our growth as well as novelty. In the meantime, what have we acquired and our affection among the members is everlasting not evanescence.
That's why I believe the Evanescent quality of elements for innovation and growth is commendable. What are your thoughts?
This is my entry for the Topic based TOW contest for June '21- topic-'Evanescence'.