「いただきます」の意味を知っていますか?

「いただきます」は日本の食文化が色濃く反映されている習慣の一つです。食事の前に手を合わせて、発声します。それは、お礼と感謝の気持ちを表す習慣です。3つの対象への感謝を表すものです。1つ目は、食材への感謝とお礼です。食材はすべてが、自分以外の命の一部です。2つ目は、食事にかかわってくれた人への感謝とお礼です。食材を育てる人、運ぶ人、調理する人、サービスする人がいてくれるからこそ、食事にありつけます。3つ目は、自然と神様への感謝とお礼です。自然の環境があるからこそ、食材を育てることができます。これは、何気ない挨拶です。しかし、意味を理解して使うと心の豊かさに繋がります。3つの感謝1、食材2、食事に関わってくれた人々へ3、自然と神様一つ一つのことを丁寧にすると、人生を丁寧に生きられます。あなたの国の「いただきます」は何といいますか?

“Itadakimasu” is one of the customs that strongly reflects Japanese food culture. Put your hands together before the meal and say, ‘itadakimasu’.

It is a custom of expressing thanks and gratitude. There are three main objects of gratitude.

The first is thanks for the foodstuff. Foodstaff are part of every non-us life.

Next is thanksto those who were involved in the meal. The food comes from the people whogrow, transport, cook and service the ingredients.

The finally isgratitude and thanks to nature and God. We can grow food only because of thenatural environment.

This is acasual greeting. However, understanding and using the meaning will lead torichness in the mind. In楽良食道(lucky-shoku-dou), wereview what we do every day. Life is a daily accumulation. Something may happenone day and dramatically change your life, but most of the time, your dailyactions will greatly change the future. Let’s look back at what we’ve put our powerin today’s day. We can see if we have directed our lives to the one wewant.

Three thanks

1. Food staff

2. Peopleinvolved in the meal

3. Nature andGod

If you do eachone politely, you can live your life politely. What is itadakimasu in yourcountry?

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