Barbara M Quinn
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Happy Is happiness vulgar? I have often wondered about this. Now, I wonder about it all the time. Even though I used to say that happy people are evil and foolish, it occurs to me now and then: No, it's not easy to be happy, and it requires a lot of thought.
Evidence of Love
Evidence of Love This is a story told by Silent Hearing Setouchi. Setouchi Silent Hearing is a famous Japanese nun writer, a Japanese cultural meritocrat, and now a great monk of the Tendai sect. When she was young, her name was Harumi. She married while attending Tokyo Women's University, and after giving birth to her eldest daughter, she abandoned her husband and eldest daughter and eloped with her lover because she fell in love with her husband's student. After her divorce, Harumi wrote several love stories and won awards such as the "Women's Literary Award", especially the vernacular translation of "The Tale of Genji", which made her famous. On the afternoon of the third Sunday of every month, she gave a dharma talk at the Silent Garden in Kyoto.
You are still here
When I first came to the United States, I had a misconception about New York, thinking that this place is in a period of rapid development, located in the world's financial center, must be rapidly changing, every day "encounter nothing", as a New Yorker living in Manhattan, of course, "do not get old quickly".
Non-musicians and the piano
Non-musicians and the piano Engels modestly described himself as the "second violin" of Karl Marx, which is a wonderful phrase! It is well known that he was fluent in several languages and that he loved music, which shows that he understood the language of music. In a letter to Marx's second daughter, Laura, he mentions that his piano was "in the corner between the fireplace and the folding door". It was 1884, so it seems that it must have been an upright piano! Unfortunately, it is not known how he played this instrument.