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Last Respect


The thought of this unknown man caring so much is oddly heartwarming.

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24th October 2017
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3 years ago #9694053        
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Its amazing to see the level of work the fisherman went to to pay his respects, even ih he was there illegally. He really wanted to give the man a proper burial, that he would have aprovved.

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3 years ago #9692569        
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My Hope in Humanity went up a Few Notches.

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3 years ago #9701119        
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That's truly kind. And not that much of a surprise; in Japan at least it's not unusual for a person to follow more than one faith-- they even have a saying about it: "Shinto is for life and Buddhism is for death." That is to say, Shinto is good for the things you do in your everyday life, and Buddhism is good for the rites of death and considerations of the Afterlife. Christianity has been in Japan since at least the 1500s, so also not a surprise. It's not a conflict there.

3 years ago #9693289        
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I absolutely love how, despite being Buddhist, the fisher still gave Scott the funeral he assumed he would want. What a level of respect.

3 years ago #9693155        
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Yikes.

I get that.

Well-told.

3 years ago #9692879        
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The fact someone did this for him really is very touching.

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