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We Japanese have worshiped nature as a god since ancient times. People have shared scarce resources with a small land area and have cherished and helped each other with limited resources. Sincerely grateful for the blessings of nature, we have called all things eight million gods and worshiped nature. Shinto has accepted and coexisted with the gods and Buddhas of the world. Today's Japan has taken in the civilization of the world and has developed rapidly, but it has caused various harmful effects. In a small land, we didn't have to go as fast and far as the continent, and we could live as long as we cherished the resources in front of us. I know that it doesn't work in globalization, but I want to cherish the traditional spirituality of Japan. The title was dared to be GAIA because of the spirit of eight million gods who accept both the West and the East.

Takeshi Ono / GAIA 13

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