Monday, March 11, 2013

311 2013...


rode up here for spiritual cleansing in the late afternoon.

夕方、心の洗濯をしに山へ。



"human beings are endlessly intelligent as well as bottomlessly stupid. we have to decide how we should deal with this vulnerable earth during the next hundred years, and this will be the decision that cannot be done again." -osamu tezuka
 
**i'll try to catch up and post what happened last week so come back and check below this post when you have time to kill :)
 
「人間は、果てしなく賢明で、底しれず愚かだ。この壊れやすい地球に対してどう対処するのかは、ここ百年くらいで選択が決まる。でもこれは、やり直しのきかない、一度限りの選択になるだろう。」― 手塚治虫 
 
人間は愚かだ。でも、諦めたくない。
 

**引き続き先週の出来事をポストしていきますので、お時間がある時にでもこのポストより下もチェックしてみてくださいませ。(ただ今先週の月曜日まで追い付きました。)




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この2年間ありがとうございました。そして、これからも応援しています。

5 comments:

bOu said...

nice pictures ayu,

we have to go up there with Rahi one day ;-)

shellie said...

a very lovely set of photos. that quote is so very true and sad although we have to try to look forward with hope at the very least. hello you two!!

emil said...

Osamu Tezuka (手塚 治虫, born 手塚 治 Tezuka Osamu?, 3 November 1928 – 9 February 1989 (aged 60)) was a Japanese cartoonist, manga artist, animator, producer, activist, and medical doctor, who never practiced medicine. Born in Osaka Prefecture, he is best known as the creator of Astro Boy, Kimba the White Lion, and Black Jack. He is often credited as the "Godfather of Anime" and is often considered the Japanese equivalent to Walt Disney, who served as a major inspiration during his formative years. His prolific output, pioneering techniques, and innovative redefinitions of genres earned him such titles as "the father of manga", "the god of comics", and "kamisama of manga". His grave is located in Kiryū, Gunma's Souzen-ji Temple Cemetery.

Greetings from Stuttgart Germany

Matthias

menacing ayu said...

bOu: definitely!!

shellie: hello, hello ♥♥♥ and thank you. it's true but we won't give up! let's cling to hope!

emil: i love osamu tezuka.

Chopperirish said...

What a beautiful quote. I find your blog so inspiring and calming. Whenever I find myself frustrated in my shop I return to you're and Shinya's work to center myself. Thank you for documenting your working lives with such depth and clarity. Truly beautiful and something to strive for.