Cause and Effect

A study has revealed that people who own dogs have a lower risk of developing dementia.

I think it’s natural.

Owning a dog means that you have to take it for a walk every day.

If you have dementia, there is no way you can walk your dog.

The couple goes for a walk or plays golf.

Go camping with your family.

If you have a living environment that allows you to live that kind of life, it is natural that you will live a long and healthy life.

I’ve been told that drinking wine and smoking in moderation are also good for your health.

If you ask me, people who can drink wine are naturally healthy.

It’s not that they don’t drink alcohol, but that some people won’t be able to drink it because of a doctor’s prescription.

In addition, people who can drink wine enjoy enjoyable meals with family and friends.

If you have heart or lung problems, you can’t smoke.

Perhaps you are confusing cause and effect.

Also, it seems that owning a cat has nothing to do with it.


Even if I have dementia and am holed up in a kotatsu, my cat will play with me.

When I’m feeling well, I get a dog, and when I get tired, I get a cat.

But I’ve never met anyone who owns both.

I try not to subscribe to cause-and-effect theory.

Everything happens at the same time.

Everything is connected.

A manager and his subordinates grow together.

Good things and bad things exist at the same time, like two sides of a coin.

In my life, good and bad things happen at the same time every day.

Is this fatalism, religious theory, or quantum mechanics?

In any case, the old man was not a horse, and everything was done by Yasunari Koyama.

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Forgetfullness is a gift from God

CEO Yasunari Koyama


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