21 Sep. 2010
Wind of Koguryo
Everything about Koguryo seemed to be manifested at our Kyoto office as I have installed all the photos of Koguryo taken by Mr. Idaki Shin and winds of Koguryo were allowed around. Yesterday after midnight, carried by the same wind of Koguryo, I heard the crying voices of ancient Koguryo’s people buried under a tomb of Koguryo at Komae.
The sound of wind was extraordinary. It was indeed the voice of souls. At our Legends of Koguryo Rediscovered concert, one could realize a great historic impact, its depth and heaviness, through the music played by Mr. Idaki Shin. The moment of encounter with messages from souls was a big shock and I realized that he was always able to fully express anything happening in the invisible world of souls. I was sure that souls of ancient Koguryo’s people have been waiting for the opening of our photo exhibition of Koguryo to be held in Kyoto. The truth itself should be manifested. The arrival of an era of the truth. Each photo made me acknowledge the nature of human life and history and I became filled with extreme joy to be alive as I realized the truth. I was happy and wished to share this marvelous experience with many people.