For example, take a look around at the many things inside your home and experience their process.
... consider for a moment a slightly less thing-associated concept of process ... take the sculpture in your living room - what's its process? ... the geological process of earth?; the artistic process of the artist?; the ownership process of you? ... then consider the dancer as she floats by, leaving pieces of herself on all things she comes in contact with ... is the process of these left-behind pieces still the dancer? ... or is the process of these left-behind pieces now the dust mite? ... then take a single living cell ... it continuously takes in new material and excretes old material and before you know it it has replaced every single atom in it's being.
So in reality, processes float free of any individual
"thing" - but on the other hand the universe of things is precisely what makes processes possible in the first place ... and as these processes float by through the universe of things, touching and drawing upon individual things as they go, they leave their mark and give these individual things a history
... and it is by recognizing the history of a thing that we can marvel at and empathize with the infinity of processes that have left their mark on it ... ... ...