Each moment is complete in itself—and in completion lies its uniqueness. How otherwise one moment is different from the other? Maybe not at the gross level, yet when we choose to be engrossed in the subtle, we experience the same. Even each and every single breath is a signal different.
So actually, when we deem something incomplete that is from the gross level only. Because we proceed to some new task only when we have completed the previous (or if we are multi-tasking we take many at once, that is a different issue altogether). Though the ones which we term, incomplete, too are either by conscious choice, or unconscious choice—and thus appears perforce. Where it is stopped, the journey is deemed over of the same. What could be and would be is redundant, as are ifs and buts...more so, if we are proponents of “Whatever happens, happens for the best.”
“Old order changeth for new,” is affirmed. But when something new begins does it not imply that it has ‘come’ only because the one that was, is no longer orderly...is fully complete and saturated? Do we say that though it was incomplete, it gave in to the new order?
Does a moment, even for a moment state, “I am incomplete,” even though its existence is momentary—definition of transience it is, as the moment it is born, it is gone?
When growth stops of some form, it finds another form to grow. Thus keeps transforming moments, informing that life is an infinite garland of infinite moments, where we have landed at one unique moment, as a unique form, and would leave to at one such moment...to proceed in another different unique form...