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By: Candice Kumai

finish line in sight.

I can’t help but wonder, what would Baachan (my Japanese grandmother who lived through WWII) think?
Deeply, this week, is your work devout and meaningful enough that it would make your Grandmother proud?

Two atomic bombs were dropped on Japan 🇯🇵 while my family lived close to both Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

How did they view life after these experiences?

Wellness is not to be rewritten, truly it is to be honored and restored.

What will come of this world, if we do not share our stories of resilience and restoration. Hatred will not solve anything. Only with love can we take great care of one another.

Let’s work on wellness that is meaningful to humanity. We need more love ♥️ in this world.


xx ♥️ck

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