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July 22, 2011

Japanese cherry blossoms more than hanami but the meaning to life, short but beautiful

“In Japan, the cherry blossoms are appreciated not only for their good looks but also for their metaphorical value. The Japanese culture traditionally took the essence of being to reside in the transition, rather than the permanence, of existence.”


Source: Cherry blossoms teach us the value of life,
Mainichi Japan
April 12, 2010
Kenichiro Mogi

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