Brilliant continuity is all that there is to everything. Everything stays continuous, without ends, or with ends that at the moment of their alleged termination shift into another form and link with that which has ended, submerging into the ever-genuine stream of things. A potential distortion that might arise from acknowledging such a state of affairs stems from human systems created for classification and ordering of common things. But those are arbitrary and created so that to be helpful for us; yet, in the long run, those are inferior when looked at from that universal standpoint of continuity that merges and extends any matters that ever have occurred in this interminable reality, which marries constantly new areas of cognizant elements. Consistent working towards engraving this intimation into one’s system constitutes a great, noble, and gratifying activity that one could ever engage in, as it helps reach beyond fears of both living and mortality, and thus see everything as a continuous flow of things – a flow that has been occurring independently of the particular person, that permeated billions of living creatures with that common spirit of being. Everything is alive: earth, its noble inhabitants, being stones, trees, mountains, rivulets, animals, and space. It’s hard to admit such truths when we are caught in cycles of daily grind, but to reiterate: the gospel is that of continuity.