In ENDLESS WAR, I was thrust into a morality decision that I did not like, so I acted or perhaps overreacted in ways that best suit my core thoughts on life. This didn’t make the other happy. When I woke up, I found myself writing my life’s ethos over the period of roughly ten minutes. It’s not a perfect representation of every aspect of my beliefs. However, as a broad starter, I think it’s fair.
In previous entries into this series, I wrote about the events that inspired my sobriety – seeing Clutch. I’ve taken some meandries because how many thousands of words can one write about any topic? Well, there is still the matter of addressing the question of how often do I want to go back to those simpler times? Although my life is much better “clean and mostly serene,” there is one major disadvantage: you can’t fully relax.
Can we draw inspiration from disparate media? Can the pillow shots of Ozu Yasujiro inspire anime? Can the descriptive-epithets of Homer and the makura-kotoba [pillow-words] of waka poetry inspire anime? Can we depict that which is invisible, like wind, by that which is around it? Can impressive background art inspire writing? We’ll meander through these questions and more in this week’s review of last week’s episode of the currently airing Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!.