When I bought a ticket to take the Taiwanese subway for the first time, not a ticket but a plastic coin came out. But I couldn't find a place to install the coin in the wicket. I was wondering "???" So I entered to TOUCH the coin on it!
I was being stereotypical.The coin was collected when I was out.
I was concentrating to drink some Tea during my free time in Taiwan, so I didn't go anywhere else. However, I saw only blue sky and clouds from the airplane, so I just looked at them every time, thinking they were beautiful.
On February in Tokyo, flowers begin to bloom in many places. It makes me feel spring has come even if it's still cold. Everybody stops their feet to look at them and take some pictures, so it's nice.
By the way, I read some books I had received.
TO REPLACE ALL THE EQUIPMENT FOR WISDOM"
It was great that the author had an adventure to various places of the earth, such as the sea, mountains, sky and town. The tense atmosphere beyond description was impressive when he faced a white bear.
And I was drawn to the Swedish eco-village.
"THE TREE THAT TRAVELS"
Through living in Alaska, I felt something like humility, that humans doesn't live against the flow of great nature. To Die, is also a part of the flow of nature..
"THE TEACHINGS OF NATURE"
"LESSONS FROM THE MOTHER EARTH"
Through native American way of living, I thought it was the same, how to relate with nature, to take good care of myself and to take good care of nature and the earth.
"WE WHO LIVE"
As I went on reading the book, it was more interesting. I was glad and surprised, I never thought I could see the natural agriculture in a novel, so I read it while thinking like myself.
"I look, I know, I think"
There were a lot of words I was startled. He is a really wonderful 10-year-old philosopher. It was a chance to make me think, I was seized withing the common sense of the adults.
Next, I'm going to try to read that thick novel many people recommend.
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