Thursday, October 15, 2009

Japanese Reading This Summer - 2

I feel I need to explain a little bit more on the story of this book. The name of the book is "Ten-Chi-Jin", "God - Ground - People" in English. It is based on old Japanese or Asian (mostly Chinese - Japanese) philosophy that people who is successful needs to have all 3 elements of "God's Help, Advantage of Standing Ground, and People's Suport". I know this is from the hero's lord's father, great worrier lord "Kenshin Uesugi" philosophy of trusting "God Help and Standing Ground".

I uploaded cover picture of this book once again here since the cover picture shows Chinese - Japanese Character of "Ten - Chi - Jin".

The hero of this is a story is the #1 General of a Local Lord, who were very close to unify all Japan after chaos in 16th century. This general's name is "Kanetsugu Naoe". He is the one who advocated "Love" in fighting and governing his country. He was an inch close to get his master to be the governor of all Japan and survived his clan for all difficult years.

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Marketing Unscrambled, learn to earn 14 said...

This is the kind of person that I would like to know more about. We will keep reading. Thank you fro sharing.

Dan and Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled"

Shaw said...

Dan & Deanna,

Thank you for your comment. I will do my best to introduce and describe him as learned from the book.

Best wishes,
Shaw Funami
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Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Shaw .. those three elements are so important .. and I'd persistence, and going forward - if you keep going, even slowly, things improve for you .. I love the picture of the book ..

I look forward to learning more about your way of life etc from your stories of times gone by ..

Hilary Melton-Butcher
Positive Letters Inspirational Stories

Shaw said...

Hi Hilary,

Thank you for your comment. I found that there is nothing wrong to be SLOW in deciding and doing things.

Rush and Patch works would do more harm than slow and steady course of actions.

Also important to be persistent as you say.

I enjoyed your comment.
Best wishes,
Shaw Funami
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