Let Life Flow


With its variability and frailty, what do you compare life to? Let’s look into the opening of “Diary from a Cabin” by Kamo no Tchomay, which is one of the most famous prose in Japanese literature.



Rivers never cease to flow and never stay the same. Even where the water looks stagnant, the bubbles rise, form and disappear with no exception. Nothing stays the same even in human society – man and his home… One is to die in the morning. Another is to be born in the evening. Everything is in an ever-changing flow of birth and death.
– Kamo no Tchomay Diary from a Cabin


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