Legenda celor 1000 de cocori

Acum cand ma gandesc cum am ajuns eu sa fac origami ma face sa ma intorc in timp si sa caut informatii despre aceasta minunata arta. Arta impaturiri hartiei.


Legenda celor 1000 de cocori


Legenda spune ca oricine va impaturi 1000 de cocori tot ce inima ii va dori se va implini.
A devenit si mai cunoscuta datorita lui SADAKO, o fetita expusa la radiatiile Bombei de la Hirosima.
Inevitabil chiar daca a supravietuit, ea s-a imbolnavit, si pe cand avea 12 ani, in 1955 ea a decedat bolnava de leucemie. Auzind legenda celor 1000 de cocori, ea s-a apucat cu speranta sa faca cocorii dorindu-si cu indarjire sa traiasca , dar pe cand ajunse ea la al 644-lea cocor, a incetat din viata. Colegii ei de clasa au continuat sa impatureasca cocori in onoarea prietenei lor.
Sadako a fost ingropata impreuna cu cei 1000 de cocori in onoarea visului ei.
Cu toate ca eforturile ei de a trai nu au fost incununtate de succes, i-a impresionat pe colegii si prietenii ei si acestia i-au ridicat o statuie in Hiroshima Peace Park. Statuia reprezinta o tanara fata care are pe bratele intinse in aer un cocor de hartie zburand din varfurile degetelor sale.
In fiecare an la statuie sunt depusi 1000 de cocori . Un grup de 1000 de cocori a fost numit Senbazuru in japoneza.


Ca sa fac o paralela intre ceea ce si-a dorit Sadako si ceea ce imi doresc eu, este faptul ca
Dorinta de a trai atat la ea cat si la mine este foarte mare.
Asa cum ea si-a dorit sa traiasca si a crezut cu putere ca cei 1000 de cocori o vor vindeca si eu vreau ca prin terapia Origami sa pot sa trec peste greaua cumpana a Bolii si sa nasc o noua legenda:



Legenda celor 1000 de Flori.


Dar eu vreau sa termin cele 1000 de Flori pe care sa le impart cu cei apropiati si cei ce vor sa aiba o bucatica din sufletul meu alaturi de ei.
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cocorul cu copiii la un atelier






Sadako and the thousand cranes


Sadako Sasaki memorial in Hiroshima, surrounded by paper cranes.
One of the most famous origami designs is the Japanese crane. The crane is auspicious in Japanese culture. Japan has launched a satellite named tsuru (crane). Legend says that anyone who folds one thousand paper cranes will have their heart's desire come true. The origami crane (折鶴 orizuru in Japanese) has become a symbol of peace because of this legend, and because of a young Japanese girl named Sadako Sasaki. Sadako was exposed to the radiation of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima as an infant, and it took its inevitable toll on her health. She was then ahibakusha — an atom bomb survivor. By the time she was twelve in 1955, she was dying of leukemia. Hearing the legend, she decided to fold one thousand origami cranes so that she could live. However, when she saw that the other children in her ward were dying, she realized that she would not survive and wished instead for world peace and an end to suffering.
A popular version of the tale is that Sadako folded 644 cranes before she died; her classmates then continued folding cranes in honor of their friend. She was buried with a wreath of 1,000 cranes to honor her dream. While her effort could not extend her life, it moved her friends to make a granite statue of Sadako in the Hiroshima Peace Park: a young girl standing with her hand outstretched, a paper crane flying from her fingertips. Every year the statue is adorned with thousands of wreaths of a thousand origami cranes. A group of one thousand paper cranes is calledsenbazuru in Japanese (千羽鶴).

The similar thing happened to me. Sadako wished to live and started to fold the 1000 cranes, so my wish to live makes me to do the same, only that I start to fold 1000 flowers.
A new legend is born:
The legend of 1000 Flowers

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