In all the temporality of life, it's innate transitiveness. How do you deal with the vast sea of everything. How you will ever only know a minute decimal point percentage of life. The lives of the people you meet, that come and go, here for a bit and then gone for a lifetime.
Can you even keep it connected, or does life always makes that impossible. Everything is always changing, yet, there are threads of familiarity that weakly invoke a sense that nothing ever changes. The multiple levels of complex interactions and change: How it spreads out across the entirety life.
How do you look at this, it seems it really is easy come easy go. Then again, it isn't that. That statement will not lead you to a fulfilling life, it's a only a crutch. It negates your own need and drive to change your life for the better. You have to tie your introspection, to the future, past, and the present. If you want to be consistent and not to fracture the thought or concept. It seems impossible.
It seems there is always hauntingness about life. Thoughts and things that make you question reality and will follow you through out your life. If you choose not to hide from it, to stay aware and thinking; striving for complete consistency, strength, wisdom and character. Life almost innately contains a haunting quality.