Aya said:Cleo said:Laura said:Q: (Aya) Is there any information or material that is in Japan or in Japanese that needs to be preserved that can help society?
A: Let us just say that most of what is helpful is already transmitted to the West. And much of that is, like most other things, corrupted.
Does anyone have further information about the background and/or inspiration for asking this particular question? It stood out to me because I studied the Japanese language and culture for many years in school.
Japan is going through one of the worst nuclear disaster history and some parts of it have already turned to inhabitable lands. As it has been expected, nothing has really helped to recover the situation since the disaster. In such hopeless situation, I was wondering what could be a question that could benefit the country and people, if there is anything. The whole civilization could end there at 3.11 2011 and anything valuable could have been lost at the time.
Considering the C's answer that was given and the dire situation of the whole world where anything can be lost at any time, helping SOTT is the MOST helpful thing that one can do to this planet in this day of time, as C’s have mentioned as well osit.
Aya, thank you for answering my question. The last time I visited Japan was in 97'. Over the years I've thought about returning, but haven't. Since the tsunami in 2011, I have felt prevented from doing so.
Finding the time to work on SOTT has been on my mind and what you mentioned in your post has motivated me even that much more to to get to it.