Welcome to my blog. “Tsurezure naru mamani…” is the first line of a collection of Japanese classical essays named “Tsurezure-gusa” written by a historical monk, Yoshida Kenko. It literally means “as I have nothing special to do…”, followed by “write down whatever I come up with”. But I cannot be as humble as Yoshida Kenko; I am pretty busy and have a lot to do! But I just want to write whatever thought which can be shared with other people, as Yoshida Kenko did.
October 3, 2012