What remains

Frozen faces and frozen eyes

In black and white photographs,

This is what remains of life,

Once full of hopes and laughs;

A crumbling piece of paper,

Filled with words and ideas;

Footprints in the sand at the beach,

Washed away by the morning tide;

Memories in the minds of others,

Fading and disappearing with time.

Nothing lasts forever in a cosmic casino,

Where everyone loses in the end;

What remains is to capture every moment

Without judgment or expectation or ego.

About the Author
B. G. Yacobi received his PhD in physics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1975. He held research positions at Imperial College London and Harvard University, as well as teaching positions in universities in the United States and Canada. He is the author/co-author of numerous articles and several books on physics, and of a number of essays on philosophy.
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