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May 14, 2022

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The Age of Invisible Stones

Stones are mute teachers; they silence the observer, and the most valuable lesson we learn from them we cannot communicate.

– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe –

The Age of Invisible Stones

“We were old. We were weathered. We lost our youthful looks. We dotted Japans coastline. We stood at human height, sometimes taller. They called us tsunami stones. Our faces were carved with messages: build on higher ground. remember the last calamity. A few of us, near Kesennuma, had been around for six hundred years and our faces said: CHOOSE LIFE OVER YOUR POSSESSIONS.” When did the Anthropocene begin? For Kyo Maclear, it was when Japan started ignoring the heeds of its ‘tsunami stones.’ { read more }

Be The Change

For more inspiration, check out this piece on Suiseki, the Japanese art of stone appreciation. { more }

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