In the summer, I went to Japan with the group and the tour guide Tanaka received us. Hokkaido has retreated, and Tanaka led us to the beach, where many people gathered in the bow and squid. Everyone came to the party and joined them. You picked up a salmon. I caught a tuna and quickly filled a bucket of fish.
Sitting side by side, everyone talked about how to process the live fish and make them a delicious feast. Just as we talked about it, Tanaka suddenly interjected: “Do you think these fish are the same as the fish on the table? They are not caught because of gluttony.”
I looked at Tanaka inexplicably and asked: “Isn’t it all fish, what is the difference?”