This is the thirty-eighth installment in Eric’s series entitled Spiritual Lessons from WW2. In this episode he explores the unique mindset of the Japanese soldiers during the war that led them to do such heroic, albeit, crazy things. Japanese thinking in the 1940s had some serious errors inside it, however, there is a remnant in all of it of something extraordinary that is revealed beautifully in the story of one single Japanese soldier named Hiroo Onoda.
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