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空 Ku
Yuka Oishi

To seek BEAUTY in this ever-transforming world.
To focus on our inner LIGHT.
To LOVE without expecting anything in return.
I embrace my inner child.
She runs around naked and giggles…
I tell her I love her.
We are made of LIGHT and our THOUGHTS move faster than the speed of light.

Yuka Oishi

 

空 Ku
What is Ku?
In an ever-changing world.
The sun rises from the east in the morning and sets in the west in the evening.
The moon then rises and its shape changes every cycle.
The cherry blossom loses its flowers in the wind 10 days only after blooming.
There must be a law guiding this ever-changing world.
The ancient Indian Buddhists named it 空 Ku.
Science has already proven many things in the universe, yet no one knows how or why we exist.
What is Ku?
There is no answer.
It is inaccessible and can’t be shared. However, when Ku is felt we know it exists.

 

MUSICAL REFERENCES

 

Stephan  Micus

Wings  Over  Water : Wings  Over  Water  Part  4.  Record : ECM  Records

Inland  Sea : Virgen  de  la  Mar.  Record : ECM  Records

Life : The  Monk’s  Question,  Desert  Poem. Record : ECM  Records

To  the  evening  child : Desert  Poem.  Record : ECM  Records

 

Arvo Pärt

Spheres  :  Fratres  for  violin  – orchestra  and  percussion.  Dir.  : Simon Hasley.  Performers  Deutsches Kammerorchester  Berlin,  Daniel Hope.  Record : Deutsche  Grammophon

 

Joji  Hirota

Japanese  taiko  Joji  Hirota  &  The  Taiko  Drummers  :  Yuki  Jizō :  Yuki  Jizoh.  Record : ARC Music

 

Kodo

Mystery : Hekireki.  Intreprètes : Kodo.  Record : Otodaiku

 

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