Monday, October 25, 2010

The right things - 真っ当なこと、読書から



I resumed the chorus exercise in the weekend, and confirmed that I could see the conductor while tracing the score in hand without the help of glasses. In parallel, I started reading books, too. I had borrowed 2 books from the library and need to accelerate reading them before the deadline.

Notably wonderful was “The Promise with Afghan – People Are Sufficient to Love and the Sincerity is Sufficient to Believe”. It is the book released this spring by Hisae Sawachi interviewing Dr. Tetsu Nakamura who devoted more than 25 years in providing medical services in the areas with no doctors in Afghanistan and even digging wells taciturnly for the people to survive. I speak out he is the real example who thinks and acts on the right discipline. The media and the regime in general do not perform so in contrast to him.

Another book I read for fun is “Ich bin dann mal weg” by Hape Kerkeling as one of my friends recommended it. A German comedian sets to the pilgrimage from St. Jean Pied de Paul to Compostela after recovering from his serious surgery, and he talkatively writes about the journey of his own style.
One interesting metaphor in the book to remark below:
The God is like an excellent movie that achieved number of awards, and the churches and their system are merely like the cinemas, or more precisely those aged in countries. I wish someday we could see its original unabridged version with the superb quality of the vision and the sound in 3D.

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