Hidden True Role of Japan

新年の伊勢白山道さんの写真

Seeing  the history of modern age, I find that there have been several countries much more affluent than Japan including the U.S. But the U.S. , in particular, has invaded other countries or waged war to protect and sustain her affluence or to secure natural resources.

  • modern age 現代
  • affluent 豊かな
  • including A Aを含めて
  • the U.S. アメリカ
  • in partucular 特に
  • invade 侵攻する
  • sutain 維持する
  • secure 確保する
  • natural resources 天然資源

With all her wealth, the number of criminal cases has been increasing in the U.S. It seems that the affluence causes war and the crimes in the country. There seems to be no country whose people are satisfied materially and have high morality at the same time.

  • with all A Aにもかかわらず
  • cause 引き起こす
  • satisfied 満足している
  • high morality 高い道徳性
  • at the same time 同時に

The concept of the Japanese phrase, “Mottainai” was praised abroad recently. I heard that the concept is too hard to express concisely in other languages, and it takes a very long sentence to explain it. Seeing that this phrase was praised all over the world, any developed country knows the harmful effects of material civilization but they don’t know how to solve the problem.

  • concept 概念
  • praise 賞賛する
  • abroad 海外で
  • express 表現する
  • concisely 簡潔に
  • developed country 先進国
  • harmful effect 弊害
  • material civilization  物質文明
  • solve 解決する

The same kind of atrocious crimes have been increasing in Japan too just like she is following the other affluent countries of the world. Is Japan to follow them as it is? I don’t think so.

  • astocious 酷い
  • as it is そのまま

Though Japan is also an affluent country, there is a crucial difference compared with the others. The population of Japan is more than a hundred million and most of the people can enjoy essential utilities like water, electricity or gas and get education basically. And the economic disparity between the wealthy classes and the average people is very small in Japan compared with foreign countries. There seems to be a huge economic disparity in China and the U.S. more than the Japanese can imagine. The average income of the U.S. is not so large as we think.

  • crucial 決定的な
  • compared with A Aと比べて
  • population 人工
  • essential 基本的な
  • utility 公共設備
  • education 教育
  • economic disparity 経済格差
  • income 収入

The reason why Japan, the second (or third ?) biggest economic power in the world, can maintain the present situations is that there is an intention of God to achieve a certain aim, to have the inhabitants play some great role…

  • economic power 経済大国
  • maintain 維持する
  • intention 意図
  • achieve 成し遂げる
  • aim 目的
  • inhabitant 住民
  • role 役割

In the age when the earth was just born and was covered with lava and gas, there was a spiritual being bouncing and running about like solar corona trying to make the components of the surface of the earth as uniform as possible. This being stirred the surface of the earth. It looks like a blazing giant dragon. And this giant dragon stopped the activity and stood still, so that it was cooled and solidified― This is the Japanese Archipelago.

  • age 時代
  • cover 覆う
  • lava 溶岩
  • bounce 飛び跳ねる
  • run about 駆けずり回る
  • component 成分
  • surface 表面
  • uniform 均一
  • as ~ as possible 可能な限り〜
  • stir かき混ぜる
  • blazing 燃えている
  • giant dragon 巨龍
  • activity 活動
  • stand still 静止する
  • be solidified 固められる
  • the Japanese Archipelago 日本列島

Well, it seems that this giant dragon has awaken from a long, long sleep since the genesis of the earth and it wants the people on it to do some job. If the Savior appears, he is not an individual. It is Japan and her inhabitants that are the Savior. The important role to save the world has been prepared for Japan and her inhabitants by the World of Gods. What the role will be depends on whether or not we can wake up the natural spirits of the country. The words to wake up the gods of the land and her inhabitants are:

  • awake 目覚める
  • genesis 創世記
  • want A to~ Aに〜してほしいと思う
  • the Savior 救世主
  • depend on A Aしだいである
  • whether to~  ~するかどうか
  • natural spirit 精霊

I Ka Shi Te I Ta Da I Te  A Ri Ga To U Go Za I Ma Su

生かして頂いて ありがとう御座位ます

Thank you so much for keeping us alive.

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