Where I belong

Climb a mountain alone and practice.
Cross the Pacific Ocean by yourself on a yacht.
I shut myself up in my study and write a novel.
I shut myself up in a library and write a history book.
He stays alone in a research lab and discovers pathogens.
The main character of the movie is a lonely gunman who wanders the streets.
But in reality, you can’t live alone.
Especially as I get older, I feel it even more.
What group do you stand for and belong to?
Family, relatives, village, town, prefecture, country, ethnicity, nation, religion.
But it also becomes a breeding ground for quarrels, conflicts, and wars.
In today’s society, there is little sense of belonging.
However, although invisible to the naked eye, humans still gather in groups.
The same goes for the fan clubs of talents and stars.
Both political groups and popular politicians.
When I was a child, this was the case at the hospital where my parents worked.
Throughout his life, he continued to work as a doctor in the Toranomon Hospital family after graduating from the University of Tokyo.
In particular, I think that in Japan, large corporations have a stronger influence on people’s lives than their hometown associations.
I think that people working in private companies who were not employed at large companies were more enthusiastic about their religion and involvement in hobby clubs.
Conversely, there were fewer executives at large companies who were immersed in religion or hobbies.
The large company I belonged to was my religion, my hometown, and my relatives.
That’s how much influence he had on me, and he also took care of my life.
For a lifetime.
From company housing, pensions, medical checkups, to daily life support when sick.
If you get injured, it will cover your nursing care costs.
Also, most of these companies graduate from famous universities.
The company’s organizational culture was enhanced by having all employees of the same quality.
Currently, larger companies are prohibited from restructuring, subsidiaries, temporary staffing, part-time work, and cross-holding of shares in group companies.
Health unions and labor unions in urban areas and large companies are not as strong as they used to be.
Even now, local workplace organizations such as local government offices, agricultural cooperatives, and fishermen’s cooperatives have strong cohesiveness.
Even after retirement, the binding force remains strong as long as you remain a resident of the area for the rest of your life.
So I can rely on it.
I’m not discussing its merits and demerits.
Rather, they are concerned that their presence and power are being lost in Japanese local communities.
Will Koyama G’s workplace, company, and group be able to support his life instead?
Some employees may think it’s too much and unnecessary.
It’s a burden on interpersonal relationships at work.
Work trips and events aren’t fun either.
I want more pay and more time off.
After that, I want one person to do as they please.
Many people probably hope so.
However, I don’t think there are many strong people who can live strong, fun, and rich lives because of this.
Where do people who feel weak, anxious, lonely, kind, and lonely go?
I think I’m one of them.
That’s why I created Koyama G.
Not for others, but for myself.
That’s why Koyama G’s philosophy is genuine and true.
Koyama G wants to be like that.
I always hope so.
Even for my own life.
Also for my friend at work who is my comrade in arms.
Also for the sake of that family.

Pulse oximeter 98/99/97
Body temperature 36.6 Blood sugar 172

A wanderer in the wilderness
CEO, Yasunari Koyama


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