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Published on Jul 3, 2011

title : Traditional Lullaby by the Melanesian Brotherhood

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Jasmine blake
I was hoping for the actual scene :<
Oli Faelaen
Its difficult to describe in a paragraph The East has 3000 years of un-interupted philosophical study No politics or power to create its dogma or influence it (like in west) Buddhism has 84,000 scriptures Zen philosophy is SO accurate , that psychiatry /psychology has used it more and more in psychotherapy , and now completely in CBT If you go to a modern psycho-therapist ,they,ll probably teach you basics of zen (they call it mindfullness ) 
PatRush
Thank you for your interpretation now it makes really sense ;-)
Oli Faelaen
NO lol ..... A neighbour had a japanese visitor years ago . As soon as I met her , I ran in and got the video / apologised and asked her to translate it . I think she left some out . (he says a bit more ) Also , the ultimate enlightenment in buddhism is a "surrender" or full acceptance " Not born , not dead " ....where death itself becomes meaningless . Thats what that scene symbolises 
PatRush
Hey thank you for the quick answer :D You can really understand Japanese?
Oli Faelaen
When Witt is shot ? Its roughly " surrender , surrender I dont want to have to shoot you Are you the one that killed my commrades ? Yes , your the one who killed my commrades Surrender (give up) surrender ( give up ) " 
PatRush
Do you also know the translation for the other japanese sentences in the movie like at the end?
Hagos Woldai
when I hear this, I weep like a child asmy heart is filled with transcending beauty and grace.
Tyko Dagenhardt
I can listen to this song... over and over and over again... beautiful...
Oli Faelaen
hes speaking about the "epiphany " which the zen buddhists call KENSHO . Its explained as a temporary glimpse into the true essence or nature of reality , and union of opposites , which leads to a profound sense of PEACE . Its permanent state is called NIRVANA / enlightenment / paradise or DAI KENSHO in japanese which means "great awakening" Hence the buddhist imagery , and references , especially when the dead jap speaks to him. And it allows him to make the ultimate sacrifice with acceptance
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