People make a story trying to give an answer to the why. There is no story in happiness.

Motoyuki Shibata



The scholar of American literature says that even if there is a story in happiness, it ends with "the two lived happily forever." People ask the reason hard when they are exhausted suffering from frustrations and painful things one after another. So is the grief of why you get such a disease at this time and the disappointment of why BayStars loses at this stage. You can barely get over even misfortunes if you face it with your consent. However, the scholar also says that he can't agree with making your story sound plausible in your favor. From "Motoyuki Shibata Best Essay."


"November 24,  2018

from “Oriori no Kotoba” by Kiyokazu Washida, The Asahi Shimbun"