I got a postcard from a reader in Korea.

The postcard is a pressed flower artwork by Dalyeun Shim who is known as a sexual slavery woman by Japanese soldiers during the Second World War. Dalyeun Shim pressed flowers until she died. Korean people call her flower-grandmother.

When I see her pressed flower artworks, my mind becomes pure and clear. I become so generous that I can forgive anything that made me angry before. Even weak wooden chopsticks looks like a table-flower and a chair-flower  to me! And even a truck-flower looks as if it worships highly towards the sky.


July 21, 2013 at 11:43 am
Category: movement