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SAMURAI⚔HONOR
Feb. 2, 2024
How to visit shrines and temples/神社参拝の作法 Samurai were born with a sense of honor. Honor was the highest good. The goal that a young man who wanted to become a samurai had to pursue was not wealth or knowledge, but honor. Honor was a goal to be pursued "within oneself," without regard to profit or loss. Therefore, "honor" that is concerned with public reputation is not real honor. 侍は生まれながらにして「名誉」を自覚していた。 「名誉」は最高の善であった。 侍を目指す若者が追求しなければならない目標は、富や知識ではなく、名誉であった。 「名誉」は損得勘定なく、“自らのなかで”追い求め続ける目標なのだ。 ゆえに世間の評判を気にするような「名誉」は本当の名誉ではない。
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SAMURAI⚔HONOR
Dec. 23, 2023
辞世の筆/The Book of Resignation A "resignation calligraphy" is a brush stroke that a samurai writes down as his last words in this life when he foresees his death. 侍が死を予見したときにこれまでの人生を振り返り、この世での最後の文字として筆で書き残すもの Shame is the basis of moral consciousness, and honor in Bushido is the basic virtue for pursuing aesthetics as a person. 武士道における名誉とは、人としての美学を追究するための基本の徳である。 Honor in Bushido means respecting one's name and living a noble life without shame.
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