Find the essentials




In the article of Our collective minds lung”, Hachi wrote that dont freeze your heart.

She got feedback which was that the word of dont” was rarely used if someone could truly follow what was going on.

Then, she thought that the phrase might be written for who she was.
(She once experienced that everything she had became uncertain while the core feelings in her mind were frozen.)


If someones feeling is already frozenit is clear that the phrase will not work.

At the same timethe phrase had to be written in order to talk to people who see things in a linear way.

That was also her true feeling.


However, she feels there is something she wants to freeze in her mind somehow.

(Her sleepiness and tiredness has goneand the surface of the pond in her mind finally became calm after she wrote the latest articles.)


She mentioned above that she experienced her deepest feelings were frozen before.

Was that a bad experience?

Even thought that was actually hard and struggling time and she didnt know what was wrong easilythe experience taught her the essentials inside of her.


She doesnt know what to freeze right now (in a positive way) in her mindbut she can guess where to start.

Lets collect what is in her mind first.


People are often using online meeting lately.

That means home is a part of outside a little bitwhich makes her step back and wants to read a chewy book.


Our latest articles got tense feelings but we also spent fun time.

Ito made a funny misunderstanding (we hope to introduce it someday), which made everyone around her laugh and gave Hachi an intuition to play at home as if they are in a theatre.

Ito smiled a lot as well by playing out together, and Hachi remembered one of her essential moviesFinding Neverland.


Then, they heard the news that dolphins came back in somewhere Australia because of the decrease of the number of people visiting there.


Hachi also remembered that she became so happy in this early spring to see so many fat earthworms, its eggs and baby earthworms in her compost box, which she left for a while.

(Soil in which earthworms lived makes plants healthy without extra care.)


After collecting some pieces of her thoughts, a feeling pops up in her deepest mind.

This is a fun moment.

She is dreaming of transforming learning process for her future children.

She likes education systems in HollandSweden and Finlandwhich try to raise the lowest line up and let the top line become facilitators.

That might be interesting idea for adults as well.

(While she was watching what was happening in Japan under these circumstancesshe somehow think of that again and again. She feels her past deepest passion is a kind of urgent task.)


Essential workers seem to be coming up in our collective mind.

“Essential” seems to be a keyword at least for us.

How about around you?

What is your essentials?




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