The following is an excerpt of “The Life of the Foundress” by Yoshinaru Ueda as it appears in Tenrikyo: Its History and Teachings (1966), pp. 14–8. Note that this excerpt has been slightly revised to reflect current translation styles.
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2. At Every Revelation Uttered
In October 1838, when the divine truth was first revealed, daughter Omasa was fourteen years old, and daughter Okimi (later called Oharu) was eight. Later, recalling their mother’s changed demeanor, the two said, “We were so frightened at the utterance of every revelation that we threw ourselves into each other’s arms, trembling and pulling the quilt over our heads.”
Anecdotes of Oyasama, p. 1
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