Monthly Archives: May 2016

Setsuna Shugi(刹那主義)

Setsuna Shugi (刹那主義)means the principle of living only for the moment. It is a way of thinking to live your life enhancing only the present moment without thinking about the past nor the future. It is often thought to have … Continue reading

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一石二鳥(Isseki Nicho)

It means to kill two birds with one stone. This idiom is well known and frequently used, but in reality it is not easy to catch two birds with one stone. However, a proverb which has the opposite meaning of … Continue reading

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Gift for Kotaro

Koikawa Kotaro is one year and seven months. He is my cousin’s grandson. “to learn” is essentially to find who you are. Confusious called this “daigakuno michi” (pursuit of truth). Whoever walks on this path will start learning by their … Continue reading

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