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Me and my colleagues lived in a small 2 room cabin built on the edge of a cliff on the mountain. I say 2 rooms, but besides the entrance, there was a 6 by 2 tatami room. We ate potatoes, dried fish and tofu. Because we were on the top of a cold mountain, the potatoes would freeze during the winter.
By the way, the pastry known as "Shu Cream" in Japan is not known under this name neither in England nor in France. If you ask for a "Shu Cream" in England, you will end up comically receiving shoe shine.
The following morning she said close to my ears: "We're going back to Paris tonight. He says that there's no way that he'll leave me alone in such a sad place. That's how it is."
There are two contradicting emotions within the human heart. Needless to say, there isn't a person who doesn't feel empathy towards other's misfortunes. However, when you see a person finally able to overcome their misfortunes it is possible to feel a sense of dissatisfaction. To exaggerate a little, it leaves you with a sense that you want to see that person fall into the same misfortune again. Before you know it you unwillingly harbour a sense of hostility towards them.
Made with ❤️ by Matthieu Locussol
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