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The Pali word for impermanence, anicca, is a compound word consisting of "a," meaning non-, and "nicca," meaning "constant, continuous, permanent." While 'nicca' is the concept of continuity and permanence, 'anicca' refers to its exact opposite: the absence of permanence and continuity.

In this series, the pristine white reflects the inner life - the essence of existence - and that impossible task of escaping the illusion of the material world. 

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