In Japan there is an annual festival called O'Bon. It is a time of
rememberance and reflection upon those who have gone on before us.
At O'Bon it is believed that these cherished ancestors, return in spirit
for a while. At the end of the festival loved ones write messages to our
departed friends, place them on a boat ,or as a floating lantern; and
float it away across the water. This symbolizes the soul's return to the
place of peace and harmony and reminds us that we can not hang on, but must
move forward with our lives..
The Rope Masters
July 17, 2005
Another Japanese Rope
Great passed from us.
Sept 12, 2001
The Japanese Rope Art
world mourns the passing
of a Nawashi icon.
Tammad Ramilia - The Gentleman
Lifestyle Community Friends & Leaders
Matt - Fla/Switch
February 18, 2007
Grand Master Trainer
August 16, 2005
August 3, 2005
July 11, 2005
Feb 9, 2005
Sir Stephen (Carin Dom)
Oct. 15th 2004
Robert & his princess
August 2004 / May 2004
April 30, 2003
The Japanese say in the Tea Ceremony....
"ichi-go - ichi-e", meaning "one time - one life". Reminding us that we
have "each moment only once", that the past is gone and the future may never
come. Your whole life, really only exits in the moment. So as you are
experiencing it, hold on to it.
All images, background (c) Tatu 2005