Tenchi Ryusui 天地流水

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“Water falls from the sky in the form of rain and flows downhill. Once in the sea, it arises again in the form of vapor, via evaporation, when warm winds descend. As it rises, it forms clouds that are then driven by the wind back over land where the process starts all over again. This cycle involves fû (wind), sui (water), and the natural forces and energies of magnetism and heat. One’s life is no different. What we think of as change, or even death, is simply transformation. The Divine cycle is infinite.” – Masaaki Hatsumi, Gyokko-ryu kuden

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