Shikata Ga Nai Is the Japanese Art of Letting Go—and It’s Glorious — Fuel for my soul

Original Link : https://advice.shinetext.com/articles/shikata-ga-nai-is-the-japanese-art-of-letting-go-and-its-glorious/?source=post_page—–776db8eda8ef———————- The women of Okinawa, Japan, are expected to live close to 90 years—an astonishing feat. One of the main reasons my Okinawan friend Hiromi-san says Okinawan women live so long? A little concept known as shikata ga nai, which means, “it cannot be helped.” At its essence, shikata ga nai (or […]

Shikata Ga Nai Is the Japanese Art of Letting Go—and It’s Glorious — Fuel for my soul

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