Who will I want to be tomorrow?

While I was in Japan, I visited Japanese cypress (hinoki) and thujopsis dolabrata (asunaro) forests. I read an interesting story about ďasu-naro.Ē In Japanese, Asu means tomorrow. Naro means I want to be or I will be. It is said that this tree grows each day by wanting to become a hinoki tomorrow. In fact, […]

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Living in the Present

I saw a picture of tiny new shoes in my friendís blog. The shoes were for his sonís first birthday and they perfectly fit his tiny feet. I thought that the gift was filled with love and symbolic for his son. This cute baby Ė still a tiny person, too, has his own life to […]

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