On February 21st, 2020, Hachi wrote this:
The social atmosphere of tearing apart of a sense of family or a sense of home, which broke rules one-sidedly and made own new rules, was emerged in reality maybe in 2016.
I have been thinking of polarity between achiving ambition and creating a sense of home.
In 2016, I as a woman who had a tendency of echoing masculine nature in the social atmosphere, thought that it could sometimes happen to people that the phase of achiving ambition came first.
However, now I feel it is not necessary.
I can’t tell you why because it is a subtle feeling.
However, I feel I found something I needed to find☺️
Oh, how did I come up with the idea?
Keeping the question in my mind and now watched “COCO” from Disney!
She would like to dig the feeling a little bit deeper now…!
Maybe it is because she learned that embracing each part of her everyday experience including marginalized pre-sense of experiment would become a resource to keep moving on.
Have you ever seen the movie of “COCO” from Pixar?
The story of “COCO” seems to be based on the Mexican holiday of the Day of the Dead.
“COCO” beautifully shows us the connection between the living world and the dead world, and Hachi thought that how encouraging it was to visualize that the living world might not be the only world in the universe.
She has got a favorite Disney movie since she was five years old, and she sensed “COCO” would be another lifelong favorite.
Actually, when she watched it for the first time, she could not help crying at the end of the story.
The last time she reviewed it, she cried again, even though she knew the plot.
For her, this movie has to be seen when she is alone in her room.
In the movie, heartwarming scenes seem to be represented by the color of orange.
Then, what does the color of blue represent?
Perhaps Ernesto De La Cruz’s extreme ambition; being famous by music, controlling the world as he hopes.
(Hachi is going to spoil the story below. If you do not want to know, please skip the next paragraph.)
Miguel, a boy, thought that Ernesto De La Cruz, who used to be a famous musician in the living world, was his great-grandfather, and Héctor was just a man whom Miguel met in the dead world coincidently.
However, Héctor was his great-grandfather and he was the one who made Ernesto’s famous song “Remember Me” with his deep love for his daughter(Miguel’s grandmother).
The truth was that Ernest stole his song by killing Héctor in the living world.
The scene below is the moment when Miguel and Héctor realized the truth, yet Ernesto still tried to hide it…!!😡
At the end of the movie, Miguel, Héctor and their family came together in the backstage area of Ernesto’s concert hall.
Miguel’s purpose was to take Héctor’s photo back from Ernesto, which would prevent Héctor from the second(entire) death.
Then, Ernesto’s real nature was revealed.
He admitted he killed Héctor, stole Héctor’s song to be a famous musician, and now, he tried to kill Miguel….!.😡
What he did care about was only protecting his reputation.
However, something interesting happened.
Miguel’s family noticed there were equipment for broadcasting in the backstage area.
Their quick wit let the audience know what was happening behind the scene and what Ernesto did in the past(in the living world.)
Now, it was only Ernesto who did not know the audience knew what Ernesto did in the living world.
Then, Ernesto said “The show must go on😏”, and walked to the stage.
People welcomed him?
He was booed by the audience, and the conductor for the orchestra made an expression of strong disapproval by breaking a baton.
Yes, people refused Ernesto’s two faces, expressing their collective will;
“We know what you did. ‘The show must go on’? What are you talking about?😡”
Miguel’s great-great-grandmother(Imelda)’s Alebrije called Pepita, which looked like a giant colorful jaguar, was staring at Ernesto and came close to him.
Ernesto got great reputation in the living world and died with it.
People admired him even after his death.
However, the story showed Hachi that death might not be the end of the story.
As Hachi felt so, her question, which was that why extreme ambition was not sustainable, seemed to be answered naturally.
It destroys something with or without realizing.
Being non-sensitive is a winner?
Not at all, Hachi thinks.
We faced extreme masculine leadership for several years.
On February 21st, 2020, Hachi sensed that something slightly tipped the scales into opposite quality of human nature.
And now, she is verbalizing the feeling.
What could be human nature opposite extreme masculine leadership?
It might be ‘Corazón’, which means ‘Heart’ in Spanish.
Heart might be going to be included into democracy in human life, Hachi senses and hopes.
That is her irresponsible feeling and things could still go back and forth.
However, she feels something slightly tipped the scales into the opposite quality of human being:
cherishing feminine nature in our collective mind, perhaps.
“🇪🇸Ay mi familia! Oiga mi gente! Canten a Coro! Let it be known.”
(Hey, my family! Listen (to the song), everyone! Let’s sing along! Let it be known.)
P.S. Hachi sometimes somehow feels that millions of victims in the last century need to be helped to go to the dead world peacefully. Is she too dreamy?