Well I have decided to be a little serious today and give you all some fatherly advice. Well Jesus used to use parables in the Holy Book. Lemme give this a shot. :-P
The Japanese are amazing people. They embrace other people's cultures so well its amazing. A friend of mine in Kenya, told me how those people speak grammatically correct Swahili language... their Swahili is much better that that of most Kenyans. It’s really amazing how they do it. One Japanese lady went to Kenya 3 years ago, got assimilated into one of the ethnic groups - Luo community - and even got herself a Luo name - Anyango nyar Siaya (Anyango of Siaya). Well the lady now lives with a family in Siaya district and plays Kenyan lyre called Nyatiti and really enjoying herself and singing in Luo language while at it.
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Now imagine a Japanese woman playing the lyre above.
You may be asking yourself "where the f*** is James going with all this crap?" :roll: Lemme get to the point and save you the thinking trouble. The thing is the Japanese are not afraid to try out new things, exploring the unknown. We should do the same for multicultural relationships - get ourselves naked ;-) and dive into the cold water. Allow each party to bring a little part of their heritage and culture into the relationship. Acknowledge the fact that both of you are different but united. Am sure with that in mind, once you are in the water, you won’t want to get out.
Did my parable work? ;)
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