Although referred to as a part of Buddhist protocol, we can apply this to our own metaphor.
For instance, there are things around your home that you have done to make it comfortable and appealing to you. But, let’s say, you have to switch jobs and move.
Therefore, some of that comfort you’ve created will have to be left behind. But, thinking back, isn’t that what you did before? And, wasn’t it better the second time.
I think about a fire pit and back patio cover I had built at my last home. It was perfect. So, when I moved, I did it again. And, again, it’s perfect. So, if the impermanence continues, which it will, then the next iteration of the patio and pit will be … perfect.