009                                                                                                              21 December 2016


We are all here to live every situation you can imagine, good or bad; right or wrong; positive or negative. Why? So we can learn from the experience as part of the adventure of life.

Murray Kibblewhite

STORY – YEAR 21 –Japanese Trio

Michael arrived to teach at the college and was met by three Japanese girls, Yuria, Maya and Hina, two which were work colleagues and the third was a new student. “Wow, is this the Japanese version of Charlie’s Angles?” he thought.

Yuria, a plump figure but with a wonderful open personality, was very efficient helping him with administration matters. While appreciative of her help, Michael was shocked when she disclosed she only spoke to her parents every six months!She explained she could not answer the same question her mother always asked, “When are you coming home?”

Later, Michael had time to talk about Japanese cooking with slim and sensual Maya. Wanting to discuss the subject further outside of office hours, he was stunned by her aggressive self-centered manner. Yuria, during a further meeting, disclosed that Maya was angry at all men as a result of losing her boyfriend back in Tokyo to her best friend.

At the end of the day as Michael was walking to the lift he met up with Hina again.  When asked why she was in New Zealand, she acted in a suggestive off-hand manner giving glib reasons. It seemed everything was a game and she would have preferred to be in the USA with her friends.

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Learnings– Each person’s learning is different and for the love and fulfilment of self then the learnings for each girl could be: –

Yuria – to gain the experience of independence.

Maya – to gain the experience of avoiding pain.

Hina – to experience a life of fun without responsibilities

All life’s experiences are opportunities to learn. The challenge is to decide, what are the real lessons to be learned?


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