News - Why Paper Cranes
by Life Positive
Most people who complete the thousand paper cranes, known as Senbazuru, wish for health during a time of illness. Because of being a victim of the atom bomb when just two, Sasaki was diagnosed with leukaemia; she was 11 years old in 1955. She began to fold paper cranes, with the goal to reach 1,000 of them. According to the legend, if you fold this astonishing number, you will be granted a single wish. Sasaki managed to fold well over 1,000 cranes but died in 1956 at the age of 12.
The paper crane has now become an image of peace and camaraderie in the entire world.
APPLY IT: ROUT FOR PEACE, ALWAYS
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