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Writing Essays For Thirty Years

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Mrs W was a landlady and came from a good old family in Tama in the suburbs of Tokyo. This chapter relates incidents from the the thirty years that Mrs W had spent in writing essays, and she was reminded of her own way of life. It did not lead to any particular destination, and it was not meant to conquer any summit. They had spent most of their time with an essay as their companion. Both published what they had written in the form of a book and they were able to send their messages out into the world. They experienced the pleasure of having accomplished something in the journey of life. Both made the journey with friends who offered words of encouragement along the way, and the pleasure of travelling had increased. They could be more happier if their friends actually enjoyed essay-writing themselves.

Keywords: encouragement; essays; journey of life



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