- Note: Ofudesaki 08:060 is almost identical to Ofudesaki 16:031.
|To Tsukihi, each of you, one and all, is a child of Mine.||Tsukihi ni wa mina ichiretsu wa waga ko nari||月日にハ みな一れつハ わが子なり|
|I am filled with love for you.||kawai ippai omote iredomo||かハいゝばい をもていれとも|
|But the innermost heart of everyone of you||ichiretsu wa mina mēmē no mune no uchi||一れつハ みなめへ／＼の むねのうち|
|is covered with piles of dust.||hokori ippai tsumori arukara||ほこりいゝばい つもりあるから|
|Unless this dust is cleanly swept away,||kono hokori sukiyaka sōji sen koto ni||このほこり すきやかそふぢ せん事に|
|the deep concern of Tsukihi will be to naught.||Tsukihi ika hodo omōtaru tote||月日いかほど をもふたるとて|
Alternate English translations
For Me, Tsukihi, one and all are My children. So I love you with overflowing affection.
Yet in each innermost heart of all of you, dust is equally piled up so high.
Unless this dust is cleanly swept away, it will be impossible to save you, however impatiently I, Tsukihi, so desire.
To Me, Tsuki-Hi, all of you are My children, I think of you all with overflowing love.
But the innermost heart of everyone of you is covered with piles of dust.
Unless this dust is cleanly swept away, the deep concern of Tsuki-Hi will be to naught.
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Translator(s): Roy Forbes
8:60–62 To Me, Oyagami, the entire world are all My children. Although I love you with all My heart, because there is much dust piled in the minds of each of you, no matter how dear you are to Me, I cannot inform you of My true intention unless this dust is cleanly swept away.
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