The self-bundle can be pulled apart into the five aggregates revealing no bundled self to be found.
Everywhere are ample examples of the changing and impermanent nature of things.
Conceptually these can be understood without too much difficulty. Experiencially they can be a bit more of a challenge but a noble endeavor.
Is the end of the mind found within that experience somewhere?
Someone can cultivate wholesome bodily, verbal, and mental volitions while stymieing unwholsome. They can see the absurdity in holding on to a grudge and the triviality of holding on to a joy past its due.
It's all temporary like plogging the path to the market. There will be more trash tomorrow. I don't mind plogging. It feels helpful and sometimes people appreciate it, but the mind is still there. It's not ended.
So reflecting on @Jeroen's quote, where or how do you find the end of the mind? What's it like? Because it doesn't appear to be in pulling it apart.