For My Fellow Seekers

kyoto2In order to tell my story, I should go back to my early twentieth year when my whole misery and tragedy began being unbearable. I just wanted to be true myself all the time and wanted to express myself freely. However, Japan did not allow me to express myself freely; I was restricted. The worst part was that Japan tried to manipulate me to become a useful citizen for the part of Japanese society like everybody else, with absolutely no concerns about my individuality and tried to make me believe that getting a good job is the most essential thing in one’s life. I never believe such shit though. However, my story begins after fate send me back to Japan and how I was sent to Mexico, where my best friends live and where I never thought that I would live. So many unexpected things have happened to my life since I began knocking about the world. My story is not a description of my hatred toward Japan; on the contrary, it is the confession of the man, who just wants to express himself in earnest and who simply wants to tell the truth from the depth of his heart. It is a story of the process of a man liberating himself from the place where he does not want to belong, so that he can start living his own life in his own sweet way. This book is for my fellow seekers who believe in life and individualism unconditionally and feel that life gives us full of surprises when one follows his destiny relentlessly. To be sure, life is fun to live!

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4 thoughts on “For My Fellow Seekers

  1. One day I hope 127 million people living in Japan will one day be free too. In a homogeneous society such as Japan, individualism is a crave. I wouldn’t have to demean your story but this is the same as for almost everyone there. It is great that you are free now. Hopefully other can stumble upon your story and rescue themselves before it is too late

    • I agree with you! I believe that everywhere is the same situation, as you said. I’ve been trying to express myself and change the condition of the modern society, that is my mission as a writer.

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