Yes, it was a hard day.
But I made it! One step more.
When you feel overwhelmed and need a rescue,
find a little thing you can smile at.
It could be a picture of flowers, a dog, a kitten, anything you like.
Take a nice deep breath, look at the picture and there you go.
You will feel your energy coming back.
The smile is for YOU.
Here is the video of Sakura (cherry blossoms), the ordinary scenes you'll find in the Japanese living. The words for Cherry blossoms (Sakura) is purity and elegant beauty. Because Sakura flowers bloom briefly and scatter, they are often symbolized as an example of ephemeral beauty.
But why are we so attracted to Sakura?
For me, Sakura has special meaning.
1. Energy: Sakura flowers spread energy, radiate vibrancy. We sometimes get drunk (like alcohol) just watching Sakura.
2. Harmony: Sakura paints the scene around with harmony. Gives light and beauty to the sky, the tree, the building, and the people.
3. Regeneration: Flowers fall and scatter in a few days. Over the season, Sakura tree stores energy and be ready for next year's full bloom. Some Sakura in Japan is more than 1000 years old!
Today we are celebrating 26th Wedding Anniversary!
It seems like just a few years ago, but actually, we are together for a quarter of a century!
I am thankful to my husband, Yasushi, for his love, patience, and support, especially at the time of the transition period giving me the courage to step forward.
Our cells in the body regenerate every day. The total 60 trillion cells regenerate every three years cycle. So I am not the same Miyako I was three years ago. So as Yasushi. We are growing together. I see something new, changes, funny things in Yasushi every day. That makes me feel so much joy!
I am excited about our future, to become more powerful and loving as the person and serve our dreams. Let's open the doors one by one.