Immutable


Immutable, therefore, is a circumstance that cannot be altered. This shows us, in reality, that almost nothing is immutable. The firmament can suffer the extinction of a star, to refer to the previous example.

The ocean can become polluted, dry or increase its flow of water, while a mountain can change its physiognomy due to natural action or man. That is why, in colloquial language, the notion of immutable is associated with something that has not changed in a long time or that is very difficult to change.

The only truly immutable thing is what transcends the temporal condition. In the realm of religion, immutability is a characteristic attributed to God, since He is always the same and does not undergo any mutation. Just as God does not change, his designs do not.

Therefore, it constitutes a fact that cannot be modified or modified. This shows, in fact, that almost nothing is immutable. The sky can suffer the extinction of a star, to cite the previous example. The ocean can be polluted, drying up or increasing its water flow, while a mountain can change its appearance by natural or human action. Therefore, in common language, the notion immutable is association with something that has not changed for a long time or is very difficult to change.

In another sense, a person is considered unchanged in the absence of apparent changes in mood, «The woman remained unchanged at the news of the tragedy», «John is unchangeable despite the persecution and harassment of his boss, he never responds» No, I’m not immutable: if I see someone bother my family, he scolds me.