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8月 「人生」

Letter August "A Life"





― 今月の大阿闍梨のひと言 ―



塩沼亮潤 「寄りそう心」より

O-bon is coming soon. There may be people who go home and enjoy fireworks with their families.

The names of sparklers change depending on how the sparks change.

A fireball that gradually grows larger is called a “bud,” a crackling spark is called a “peony,” and a spark that gradually gains momentum and scatters one after another is called a “pine needle.” Lastly, it is said that the transience of falling sparks one after another is called "chiri chrysanthemum".

A lifetime of fireworks that lasts less than a minute. There is drama in it, just like in our lives.

[ Monthly Word ]

The four seasons of life, if you persevere, spring will surely come.

Good things come after tears.

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