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It never really crossed my mind when I was little, but I grew up in a slightly unusual place: a temple by MAKIKO

It never really crossed my mind when I was little, but I grew up in a slightly unusual place: a temple   People would come and go from morning till night Various ages, genders, positions… I believe people often stick around with others who have similar conditions, such as lifestyles, work, and school. However, the temple, in a sense, is a place where such things are removed  To explain this more, it relates to history and origins, and is a world where unaffected life and death are exposed  Especially because the invisible world is moving on an axis, light and dark are clear, while still being vague Here, appearance, numbers, and experience as a shape are not important A place that is connected on a deeper level that one does not usually touch upon   Like the principles of Yin and Yang, there exists a profound silence behind the light and bright surface ……In such a slightly mysterious environment, I felt that what I was aware of was only a small part Lots of things that I seem to know, but do not understand I was filled with an undescribable sense of restriction and a trapped feeling During my adolescence, when I just entered middle school, such thoughts became more intense, and… Read More »It never really crossed my mind when I was little, but I grew up in a slightly unusual place: a temple by MAKIKO