IKIGAI: Happiness of Being Busy
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NEW DELHI, Jan. 23 -- Every country, every people have their own learned insights, lived customs, traditional ways of beliefs, expressions etc. What is very relevant in America may not have any meaning in Asia; what is very relevant in Russia may not be of any meaning in India; what the Europeans are fond of may not be of any meaning for those who are in China; the Chinese script is pictural but the English letters are quite different. The Britishers wonder at the Arabic letters.
Similarly, among all or most of the cultures, the Japanese have great respect for the "used things" or even "dead things" or animals or even creatures like police-dogs, birds, fish, ants, flies, insects etc. Similarly pens, books, table cloths, utensils, hammer...
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