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“Miyako” A Film By Erez Sitzer

Miyako…(enjoy in HD)

i was searching for a train station. the kind you rarely see. small. countryside. we found it. and by accident, found something else. someone else. miyako. the station master. i watched her smile at each exiting passenger. then, noticed her wave at the departing one-car train. then, surprisingly, she continued waving. she waved until there was no trace left of the distant train. no one witnessed her, except, well, me. in that short span, my love and wonder of life was renewed. when i spoke to her later, she said at first she felt so shy. and hardly waved at all. slowly, over time, she began doing something she neither needed to do, nor imagined she ever would. so, this is miyako, master of a tiny station in the middle of nowhere japan who attends to every train and passenger that passes by:


2 Responses to ““Miyako” A Film By Erez Sitzer”

  1. Tru says:

    How wondrous that such a sincere smile and wave released a flood of tears down my face. It is inexplicable how such a simple act just cleansed my heart.

  2. Medea says:

    I had the same experienced,Tru.
    The simplicity and tenderness of the act is a trigger for the beauty…in our heart!

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