8月132010Japanese time: by admin
On August 6, 2010, time has passed for 65 years since an atomic bomb fell over Hiroshima.
I joined an activity hoping peace held in Hiroshima for the first time.
Paper cranes to wish for the world in peace and without useless war.
It has been told for long time “Your dream comes true if you make a thousand of paper cranes”
Believing in it and entrusting paper cranes with wish for peace.
I, together with friends, made 2,100 of paper cranes.
I dedicated them, together with lots of prayers and wishes of my friends, in front of the figure of child of atomic bomb tragedy.
Lots of people gathered there from all over the world.
Not asking who were wrong, telling children never to repeat this tragedy again.
We can wish for peace now as we have the past.
Japan is in peace. We tend to take it as nothing special in daily life.
But, today is made from yesterday.
I pray from the bottom of my heart.
I, together with my friends, want to aim for the world without war as much as possible.