The first line is alive. So don't erase.

a teacher of art class



Akiko Wakana, an editor who likes to stop and sketch during the mountain climbing, was often told by a teacher of art class when she was in elementary school. The teacher told her to make much of a small discovery at the moment the hand first moves after looking at things closely. For example, a slight strangeness when standing in the office for the first time sometimes tells the problem of the organization. You should not pinch that little bud immediately. From a collection of essays, "Between The City And The Mountain."


"December 19  2018

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