Abysses and egoism English ver

Seheca Kakimoto  “Bottled Griefs”

It would be a dizzying abyss for man to face, and his face reflected in the abyss would clearly show the ugliness of his ego. However, sadly, one does not see one's own face reflected in the depths at such a time.

Takehiko Fukunaga, 
Attempt at Love

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Whether the end of the profound is an abyss, I don’t think it can be said so. The spirit can be cut down and the abyss can be simulated by being tortured by people with shallow ideas.

Jesus Christ did not only deal with the wise Pharisees. He had his share of abuse from idiots. However, the audience still finds in Jesus an abyss. Language and imagery, whether imagery becomes language or language takes on imagery, has always been a constant for me, but the writer loves language at the very least. The writer loves language at the very least, and waits to be discovered by Image.

Otherwise, it will not be understood by others. If others do not understand not only the language but also the image, it is meaningless.

Learning to love someone makes an abyss realised. This may be a Greek philosophical aion, perhaps, but love is a strong thing. And yet, it is also weak. It is the quality of the person who, after loving another person as if he or she were a part of his or her body, has become a part of him/her, and who, when becoming another person at a distance, becomes either the devil or the good Samaritan. Dreaming of the abyss is shaken by the other, but it is the quality of the person who holds the image.

As I said last time, it is difficult to understand why it is “consent” for a Catholic priest to hold a woman for any reason whatsoever. By their ” Ordination oaths” they are supposedly forbidden to give consent, which is a betrayal of God.I am a moderate and would not have a problem with it if the woman had “love”.

 However, I only pursued this issue for a period of time because it seemed to me that there was no “love” involved. I know the name and face of the priest concerned, but I will not divulge it. I will probably take it to my grave. In my view, even if the facts are agreed, if the woman objects, the priest should resign. Even if the woman is paranoid, I believe it is retribution for breaking God’s vows. Under Japanese law, a man and a woman in a locked room can certainly be considered to have consented to sex, but in this case the woman enters with the understanding that she is Catholic and the priest is in no position to do so.

I don’t know the facts as I left this interview in the middle of the day, but my only wish was to see clearly the demand for the resignation of this priest. But to do so would require a ” wide-scale ” attack on Catholicism. But to do so would require a “widespread” attack on Catholics, for that is what a revolution is, and people will not act otherwise.

As a journalist, I was not prepared for that. I could not prepare myself as a journalist because I had sisters and bishops whom I trusted. I wonder if this priest has ever felt the cruelty of having to attack this ” wide scale”. I would like to ask this with a prayer.

In closing, I would like to explain why I have quoted the abyss in Takehiko Fukunaga’s book, because it is an apt description.

This quote was about love between a man and a woman, but the abyss itself makes no such distinction.

It is often questioned why so many of these issues remain in Catholicism, a question that is easily dismissed as “blind faith”. In fact, blind faith does exist. Some of them focus on the “abyss”.

Some of us do. I am one of them. Perhaps at least those Christians who understand the issue are looking at the abyss. After Jesus cried out ēli ēli lemā sabachthani (My God, my God, Why have You abandoned me?) on the eve of his crucifixion, why was God silent?It was the theologian Fr. Mikio Wada who asked this question. He spoke of the abyss. He spoke of an abyss, deeper than Freud’s unconscious or Jung’s collective unconscious.  It is the abyss. If you go through it slowly,

It was the theologian Father Mikio Wada who asked this. He spoke of the abyss. He spoke of an abyss, deeper than Freud’s unconscious or Jung’s collective unconscious.  It is the abyss. If you go through it slowly

If you experience it slowly, you will see it as a big vortex.

An abyss is not necessarily a sublime place. Nietzsche has his abysses.

I have my own abyss. There is no criterion for whose abyss is greater. The abyss is the common human God, where the values of love and death also lie. Takehiko went on to say that egoism is also reflected. So it is. If we focus on the abyss, we can indeed leave the injustice and suffering of the same community as our own abyss. Each of us has our own feelings, our own vision. We love even the darkness, that is what makes us human. Yes, man is incapable of facing egoism. That is why it is called blind faith, and believers may be guilty of it.

We must be aware, even if only a little, of what is right and what we should be, after all, following the love of Jesus.

I hope you will continue to make decisions, not only in this case, but also in the future.

The victim, as you can see from the article, tried to return to the church many times.

The victim, as you can see from the article, tried to return to the church many times. He has not been understood there and has suffered secondary and tertiary damage in the church.

Victims are not only hurt by a definite accident or incident. They are also hurt by the society that surrounds them.

They are also hurt by the society that surrounds them. If you are a Christian, you should be a little more concerned.

So why are we so widely attacked? I want you to think deeply about why we have been attacked on a wide scale.

Certainly the abyss is important.

But it is a mortal sin for a Christian not to confront egoism.

Image from SEHECA KAKIMOTO

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