木漏れ日 - Ko·mo·re·bi
(n.) sunshine filtering through foliage
Who doesn't know that moment when you walk by a tree or are walking in a forest, and you see a sunbeam, a ray of light... almost like a touchable cylinder, or rather a cone, of light coming from between the leaves and reaching right up to the ground.
Sometimes it even looks to the eyes, as if it where solid.
How about you, do you like this moment, when Komorebi happens? How about languages?
I hope you find this as inspiring as I did.
P.S.: I was going to post something like this a few years ago, but never got around to do this.
I have always been highly interested in languages from a very, very young age. A big part of my formal education revolved around languages.
I grew up tri-lingual because of my parental heritage & my brothers teaching me english early on & later in school I sometimes got taught about 4 languages at the same time. At my college/academy I took courses for a language related job. As a child I taught myself at home a few alphabets & the basic knowledge of a few languages.
You could say I live through languages! ;)
So I hope you will enjoy this bimonthly installment as much as I do.