On A Day Like Today

Green harmony in Kyoto

The Japanese have a saying, that if we take the life of a flower, we have an obligation to make it look more beautiful. One of the principles of Japanese garden designs and Ikebana is that man plays a small part in the overall design. Heaven, Earth and man combine together to make an asymmetrical triangle. Heaven is the most important element; Earth, the second most important element and man – the smallest part of the asymmetrical triangle ~ but also the most beautiful (extract from Ruth Grosser’s book “Ikebana at home”)
Sanzenin temple

Sanzen-in temple in Kyoto, June 2012

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4 comments

  1. Chriw van Oosten

    Its realy treu that Heaven, Earth and man come together on places like Kyoto.

    Its my dream ever to visit Kyoto and his gardens, its realy like paradise

    Normaly nature is for the most special thing on earth, but here is is it combination between nature and man.

    Greetings from Chris

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