“Thank You!” of Akemi Masuda (20190830)


Last month I listened the speech of Akemi Masuda. She was an athlete of marathon. The 1984 Los Angeles Olympics was the first event of women’s marathon. She was a Japanese top runner. But she gave up during the L.A. Olympic race. She was bashing by heartless Japanese.

We listened her mind.

After the end of her speech hour we were going out the hole. She stood there. She was shaking hands with the visitors and she said “Thank you”.

I said her “we were saying to you “Thank you”. She said me “No, you were busy and came to hear me. So thank you.”

We shook hands again.

Thank you for listening!



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