I was jotting down a thought that constantly lingered in my mind about a distant memory when I recalled the quote above (which I indirectly knew from Ryuichi Sakamoto’s “fullmoon” from the album “async”). What surprised me was how the time and event being described the quote matched the background (time and event – a certain afternoon in my childhood that affected me so deeply that it had rooted in me ever since).
The more I read, the stronger the urge for me to take some kind of… action.
I recalled seeing a full moon not long ago in my home at a distant country. I can’t help but to wonder, how many times would I be able to see that full moon here.
What are your thoughts of the quote above? (Listen to the music, and listen the quote being read in various languages.)