That’s what stillness is. It is the point of exchange.
Where past hands off to future what is there at present.
And what is there at present?
Exchanging between what was and what will be what is changing.
The present moment, then, is what is, changing.
And stillness is the exchange.
Mark this -- to be still is to become the exchange.
Movement evades. Stillness becomes.
The purpose of meditation (if it had a purpose) would be to see the change as it is happening.
Stillness is change as it is becoming what it will always be -- a transitional home to impermanence.
Everything else is changing into what is becoming itself.
Stillness is the awakening encounter between what is becoming itself and what is no longer itself.
What is no longer itself is stillness becoming something else.
See this and see that.
See this and that and see what is pivoting toward what is not known.
Now, this instant, is not knowing becoming known as that which can only be the experience of change as the one thing that doesn’t change.
Change is the one changeless reality of human existence.
That is worth knowing.
And know that.