What do you seek?
If it's a state, you can lose it. If it's a spiritual experience, it will pass. If it's success or popularity, it can turn to failure and obscurity overnight. If it's money or material wealth, it will never satisfy. If it's a feeling, it will be fleeting. If it's a thought, it has a shadow. If it's a belief, it can be doubted. If it's bliss or ecstasy it can flip to sorrow or despair without warning. If it has an opposite it will leave you wanting. If it's an idea it is already partial. If it's perfection, you will never get there.
All of these appearances are exquisite and holy as expressions of life itself, but they are of the world of time and impermanence and arise within the notion of a separate self. What you truly seek, what you have always known deep in the recesses of your heart, has never come or gone, cannot be given or taken away, does not appear or disappear, never enters the movie of time and space, change and stasis, has never divided itself from the totality, and therefore cannot be found amongst the many appearances. It cannot even even be conceptualised, being prior to even our human notions of duality and non-duality and 'seeking or not seeking something'.
Which wipes out everything... except your deathless nature, never appearing, never lost, never not known, here and now..