Peter A Goldsbury wrote:
The Japanese go to great lengths to 'solve' conflicts by avoiding them. They do not go in for the kind of stuff that Terry Dobson writes about in Aikido in Everyday Life. If a conflict arises, the 'wa' has been broken, but it is both sides that have broken it. I know this, even from such a simple form of conflict as a road accident.
Anger dies when everybody who remembers being angry is dead, eh?
Us poor unenlightened crackers have a lot to learn, I guess?