Curry Favour

Feb 24, 2024Blog, Education

Through no fault of their own, the Japanese cannot distinguish between “r” and “l”—sometimes leading to mortifying misunderstandings.

Occasional cheeky bloopers slip out during impromptu ido bata kaigi (gossip at the communal well) about an upcoming mayoral election—not to be confused with the philandering mayor’s clandestine trysts seeking to satiate his insatiable erection.

Kanamara Matsuri

Perhaps having led to misinterpreting this article’s title—mistaking this commentary as an ode to the awesome curry flavours now available in Japan—curry favour has a more practical application—to seek favour—a pragmatic protocol for achieving long term objectives—this conclusion is to be favoured.

Even though Japan has incredible cuisine, the Japanese also have an insatiable appetite for an exotic array of Indian curries—along with exotic spices comes their virtuous Hindu kindred spirit—binding them deeply to the heart of the Japanese.

Hindu and Japanese connectionIndeed, the spectrum of delectable curries now available in Japan cannot be denied, nor the international flavours arriving from around the world, which the rapid globalization of Japan can no longer hide.

Enticing Indian chefs to bring along their Mother’s Secret curry roux and sublime regional recipes—curry favour with the women for these ladies hold Civilization’s Keys.

Key to unlock freedomWhile their men work in distant lands, the women embrace an ancient clan dance—their men toil away, while the matriarchs stay by the hearth collecting their husband’s pay—building their noble bloodline in their ancestral homeland.

Here curry flavour changes to an intriguing life lesson—to curry favour with the women—especially with the hidden matriarchs of Japan.

A quick look, through the Hardcore History books, reveals plenty of reasons to curry favour—think of it as part of a survival plan—making it easier to understand where true power lies and exactly in whose cold calculating hands.

女武芸者 - Land Of The Rising Son

In other cultures, the notion of currying favour may not yet be applicable within that culture’s grand scheme—all emergent society and culture must evolve or they will certainly expire. Change cannot be forced; it must always come from within.

Women in burkkaAs for the Hindu nation and Japanese—obsolete sentiment as described in dan son jo hi (male chauvinism) reflects a decaying historic description of how the world should not be.

The laws of nature require society to be built upon ingrained civilized behaviour—a reflection of the Frequency binding the masculine and feminine—honouring the roles in the creation of Civilization Three—the foundational principle of harmony and civility.

dynamic energy between a man and a woman within the Yin and Yang