Kularnava Tantra Chapter 1, Verses 26-30

26 This world being plunged into the fathomless time-ocean, the Jiva here, does not realise the lurking crocodiles of death, disease and old age.

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27 He fails to see that with every moment which passes his body decays; realises not that like an unbaked earthen pot in water, the body is gradually destroying.

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28 By making an enclosure one can prevent the wind or divide the sky and by erecting a barrier waves could be obstructed but the passage of life cannot be stopped by any means.

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29 O Devi ! The earth scorches, mount Meru breaks waters of ocean dry, then what to say of the body-that is, the body would also inevitably perish.

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30 Man keeps on prattling of ‘my children’, ‘my wife’, ‘my wealth’, ‘my relation’ ! Death swallows him when he is still thinking of what is done, and what is half done.

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