The world is full of little things so trivial that we barely notice them. Yukyo Yamamoto (b. 1988) believes that such minuscule things hide greatness that vastly surpasses their assigned value. “Seeing the rainbow in the shimmer of rice grain; feeling the echo of a person in the grime on a coin; imagining Mount Fuji in the blue colour of a tarp.” He muses that the very substance of reality is not intangible, but rather it is always within our grasp.
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