The Buddhists speak of impermanence as a fact of life. Process theology speaks of each moment as a becoming while recognizing perpetual perishing. That is an awful lot of grief. It is often difficult for us to let go, especially those we love so dearly such a Minister. Is there anything at all that we can hang on to even for a while? Join our UUA Regional Staff Rev. Dr. Jonipher Kwong as we explore the transient and the permanent.