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The simple are sublime forms. I have an affinity for them. Like Zen of Japan is a mystery beyond comprehension. Because those simple forms are constantly searching for their origins. A delicate form filled with matter of cares. I find that very attractive. These simple forms are all around me. It seems to me important to take oneself to something more accessible than being awakened by external forces. The world is, in my opinion, a subjective entity that is constantly reshaping itself as a result of individual perceptions. It may also be absolute, which is subjective. One's own self is the source, but they are manifested only when one connects with something larger than oneself. Furthermore, simplification could strongly connect things and interpret perceptions, which makes it simpler than to be provided with iffy complicated matters. As a result, certain things can be abstracted well as things of opaqueness that cannot be fully understood with empathy. In linguistic relativity p

Vita la vida

 




The sun is shine --The weather is clear. Here in Tokyo, the summer officially has coming.  It was a lot earlier than the usual.


As some of you probably know, Tokyo Japan's summer is crazy.

Humidity with no way to escape in the air, plus a reflection from the concrete jungle.

Even after the rainy season, there are still plenty of steams coming from the soil, as the water sleeping beneath the ground creates quite a bit of moisture.

Thermal sensations we experience in the body such as "cold" and "hot" can be attributed to more than just a simple temperature difference, but they also depend on various weather conditions, such as the amount of radiation reflected heat, humidity, and wind speed.

This humidity is the most dangerous climate of any city in Southeast Asia, I believe.


However, it is the unchangeable thing that is the country is safe, people are generally kind, most places are hygienic, and the majority of lost items are returned to owners after they are found as ever.


Anyhow, after the period like a person who does silently to store the rich emotion of water during the rainy season of vigorously shaping the energy to start the summer, it is time to enjoy the sunshine and life.


My cactus, which I have loved for nearly 10 years, has five flowers this year and gave birth to seven children this year. ''Omedeto', is Congrats, ''pachi pachi pachi'', which is a Japanese onomatopoeia meaning clapping, applause, or the sound of tempura getting fried or Japanese sparklers ''senkouhanabi''.





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