Excerpts from Recent Lectures and Guidance

Every week, Keiko Takahashi travels to different places throughout Japan, and gives lectures and provides guidance for GLA members as well as professionals in the various fields of management, medicine or education. Each month we will introduce one invaluable essay arising from these encounters.


July 20, 2015: The Third Lecture from the Fourth NexStage Series Seminar

Like this, when we apply a certain formula such as, “this is what it is, and nothing more, and that is that, nothing more” to the situation in front of us, we stop thinking of its possibilities and development.
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April 12, 2015: Zenyu Gathering

Our life has both good and bad times, resembling the Japanese saying, “Good and bad periods of life come following one after another.” Experiencing pain and pleasure, uphill and downhill, fortune and misfortune, we are like a small boat thrown onto the sea, tossed about in the storm of life.
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