Disappearing Hoshigaki

02022-02-28 | Uncategorized | 6 comments

I love Hoshigaki. Such a lovely taste and texture. I am guessing a woman, long ago, came up with the idea of hanging up a bitter fruit and massaging it daily until it was sweet and delicious… I think it required the patience and foresight and fortitude of a mother to figure that one out. Amirite?!?

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  1. anne

    ..just needs someone to be resourceful

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    • Luna

      “…hanging up a bitter fruit and massaging it daily until it was sweet and delicious…..”
      “…it required the patience and foresight and fortitude of a mother to figure that one out.”

      What beautiful metaphors for life and people and living…thank you. I mean don’t we all need this kind of Loving thru different things & stages we can go thru? ❤…and needing to Give it as well as Receive it. Even daily! Maybe there would be less ugliness manifested in the world if more of this pure LovingFuel were experienced & shared daily…less pent up repressed pain to act out in tantruming-2-year-old ugly ways…or is this kind of LovingFuel actually what we are afraid of more than the habitual-2000-year-old ugliness? I’d like to hear an Ezra podcast on this topic! Or an Ottmar podcast on it!…..

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      • Luna

        …it does look like a very sensual fruit…given alot of Attention and Intimacy.

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    • anne

      imo ..human evolution is not random.. There is a mysterious force at play…Eros?.. How did two atoms become a molecule- it is such a mystery.

      Lots of wonderful writers, researchers, poets, mystics artists & even scientists point this out.

      Love is all around, always has been, always will be.

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  2. JaneParhamKatz

    Ottmar, URite! Although I have known men who beautifully express motherhood, and they weren’t all gay. And I have known impatient and selfish mothers, the opposite of motherhood. So, motherhood is a wonderful quality available to anyone who wishes to express it, huh?

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    • anne

      of course – motherhood is an archetype- anybody can embody the energy…including men.

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