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“I've known supreme happiness, and I'm not greedy enough to want what I have to go on forever. Every dream ends. Wouldn't it be foolish, knowing that nothing lasts forever, to insist that one has a right to do something that does?
[...]but, if eternity existed, it would be this moment.”
― Yukio Mishima, Spring Snow

"And what I envied most about him was that he managed to reach the end of his life without the slightest conscience of being burdened with a special individuality or sense of individual mission like mine. This sense of individuality robbed my life of its symbolism, that is to say, or its power to serve, like Tsurukawa’s, as a metaphor for something outside itself; accordingly it deprived me of the feelings of life’s extensity and solidarity, and it became the source of that sense of solitude which pursued me indefinitely. It was strange. I did not even have any feeling of solidarity with nothingness. – page 122"
Location Madrid・Miyagi-ken。
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Favourite philosophers 菅 直人: 「税財政の骨格や経済運営の基本方針等について企画立案及び行政各部の所管する事務の調整」
Favourite quotations The Japanese have always been a people with a severe awareness of death. But the Japanese concept of death is pure and clear, and in that sense it is different from death as something disgusting and terrible as it is perceived by Westerners.

「(郵政)大臣として首相官邸の総理執務室によく顔を出していたが、いろいろ話をし終わって退室しようとすると、竹下さんからこんな声がかかるんだ。『中山さん、だいぶ忙しいようだけど、体には気をつけてくださいよ』と。ちょっとした一言だけど、周りの閣僚経験者に聞いても、こんなことを言う総理の名は、一人も出てこなかった。巧まず、相手をホロッとさせる名人だった。仕事で成果を出しても、自己宣伝は一切なし。『汗は自分で、手柄は人に』の言葉を聞いたことがあるが、凄い人だった」