Britain Japan life feelings habits Britain Japan

Ikigai: How I’m Finding Fulfillment in All the Right Places

Reading now: 439

ikigai. It’s a Japanese word with no exact translation in English. If you combine iki, which means “life” or “being alive,” with the word gai, which means “what is worthwhile and has value,” you get something that translates to “that which makes life worth living,” according to Héctor García and Francesc Miralles, the authors of two books on the subject.I wondered: Over the past six months, had that which made my life worth living become booze?

I started flipping through the latest book by García and Miralles, , in search of something more. A few years ago, García and Miralles traveled to a Tokyo park known as “,” home to those with the world’s longest life expectancy.

The website is an aggregator of articles from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the article if you find it unreliable.

Related articles