“Tadaima . . . ,” I called. Have I mentioned tadaima? Tadaima means “just now,” and it’s what you say when you come in the door to your home. Just now. Here I am. Dad didn’t answer, because, just then, he wasn’t.

A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki

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