When I think of them, I also think of the transience of all this and the importance of doing what you can while you can.
The transience of our lives is one of the things that makes it valuable.
Perhaps most remarkable of all in the age of transience, he has only played for one team.
On the other hand the mere fact of memory is an escape from transience.
Permanence, transience—Sir Ferdinando and his privies were gone, Crome still stood.
Is it, perhaps, a taunt from some one who wishes to remind me of the transience of my office?
This was now the reality; this great stone cathedral slumbering there in its mass, which knew no transience nor heard any denial.
It was like a reminder of the transience of the thing he sought, a challenge rousing him to assert its immortality.
At last he had found permanence in a life where heretofore had been naught but transience.
He put his pain with the transience of her youth and condescended to her so that he need not take note of himself.