The Blooms Between Death And Reincarnation

Seiko, the wife of a Zen priest Zendo, had an abortion and asks a medium to tell if she will be blessed with a child again. She feels pity for she still hasn’t held a memorial service for her aborted baby and makes paper strings in preparation for that service. They finally perform memorial services for their baby and other departed souls so all will sleep peacefully in their graves.

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