Posted by Nyanko on 11:49 PM in
The Japanese film "Departure" win the Academy Awards as foreign laungage film.
This film is really good and I'm happy to hear that, too.
But it's very interesting for me that English title is "Departure", not "Farewell".
Japanese title "OKURIBITO" means "a person who passes dead people to another world",so to say,"a person who make families left behind a good farewell".
Of course, "dead" is the "departure" for another world, but I have not thought like that...Maybe "departure" means new start for also people left behind in this world...
I wonder if I could think that "dead means departure" when my love people died?

Today, I attended the graduation ceremony of my daughter's high school.
Graduation is also "departure", but I still think it's "farewell" from friends or companies...
3 years of high school days passed away in a flash, it's gone very fast for me.
But for my daughter? Maybe it was not so short for her, but dense 3 years with a lot of events, happiness, troubles, or so.
Congratulation and wish her life be glory!!


My human grandfather just 'departure' tu the another world last december..
me and my family miss him so much..

but those who still alive must go on right!

'hidup mesti terus!'


I can't accept death of my acquaintances soon, though I know it's "departures" for them...
But I believe "reincarnation" in Buddhism. :-)

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