τά όντα ἰέναι τε πάντα καί μένειν ουδέν
Can someone identify the author of this for me? I suspect that it's secular but it could be one of the Church Fathers. It could be Ἡρόκλειτος -- πάντα ρεῖ and all that. The infinitives cannot stand by themselves. They must be anchored to some finite verb in the text. I would English it like this: "Present reality passes away and nothing remains."