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In Japan, I pray to God for help every monrning, as I believe in Buddhism and
We have a household Shinto Altar in our house,
and it is called "Kamidana" in Japanese.
The first symbol that represent God in Japanese, and it is "Kami" part, and
the second symbol represent shelf and called "Dana".
These are written in Japanese kanji script.
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Now, there is a calendar I was given from one of the Shinto shrine I alwasy go to,
and this calendar tells you the phrase everyday which convey you the meaning of life.
Today's phrase was:
The first 2 symbols are: "Anshin" which means "relief, Ease, and rest"
The phrase says "There is no fear, if you are living fully at all the time.
For more information about the Japanese phrase
The last thing I would like to mention today is one of the Japanese food I eat.
It is Rice cracker called "Kakino Tane"
You can buy this one in an Asian grocery shop, even if you are not in Japan.
When I was in Australia, I used to buy it.
So, if you would like to try it, then go to the nearest Japanese grocery shop and
"Kakino Tane Arimasuka?" - Do you have a Kakino Tane?
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