If you try to answer a big question, the answer will inevitably be a big word.

Shinichi Fukuoka



The question of why humans and lives exist in the first place is important, but the resolution is low, says the biologist. Instead, if you look at the state of familiar phenomena more carefully, the resolution becomes higher, he adds. For example, in communication, you should think about how to arrange the chairs before asking what the nature is. From the serial column of Asahi Shimbun, "Dynamic Equilibrium of Shinichi Fukuoka" (June 7 morning  edition last year).


"May 18  2019

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