BGM: U2 - Helter Skelter
It was a day off today. I went to AEON to see an old friend of mine, who has come back to here in this new year period. We talked about various topics a lot at there. From certain big topics as feminism (I have been surprised by her keen, sensitive opinions,) God, religion, beliefs to our steady daily lives. As you have already known this - I am a heterosexual man who has enjoyed really masculine books like Haruki Murakami. Therefore this meeting has been really interesting for me.
After the meeting with her, I went to the bookstore to buy something. Although I couldn't find the book I was looking for, I found another interesting book, "Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982." so I bought it. TBH I have watched the movie based on this book, therefore I can understand that this book is trying to tell us about the feminism, one of the most actual, really critical concepts for us. Suddenly, as an instant piece of idea, I have got the idea which says that in this year I should learn that feminism once again, from the basic level (yes, I have to read marvelous classical books as... who's book I should read at first? Margaret Atwood?)
This afternoon, I took a nap. As you have already known this, I have quit drinking any alcohol even though this celebrating, really holy period. So it has been really boring for me, therefore I tried to enjoy a Netflix movie, "The Two Popes." I can't tell why I decided to watch this, but it has been really great for me. Indeed, I have to learn the world/global historical facts to understand this movie, but even that I can think about this. Is there God? If so, how to connect myself to it (I can't see if God is male/female...?)
Oh my goodness! Even though I want to write more about the movie, I also want to write the current situation in this country. Yes, the big earthquake, the terrible airplane accident, and so on - it seems now we have been in a hard process/period. But, I decide this. "Never blame anyone else too easily", and also "Never let myself go to the hysteric stream of mind too easily."