Small courtyard gardens known as tsubo niwas became popular in Japan during the 15th Century. The gardens were common in Japanese cities and were often found at the homes of wealthy merchants. These small gardens are still popular today especially where space is at a premium. These intimate spaces are created to provide a serene entrance to a home and are based on the principles of Japanese Zen Garden.
“Meanwhile, let us have a sip of tea. The afternoon glow is brightening the bamboos, the fountains are bubbling with delight, the soughing of the pines is heard in our kettle. Let us dream of evanescence and linger in the beautiful foolishness of things.” ― Kakuzō Okakura, The Book of Tea
I probably cannot make this more clear it is a fault of the language but that will not stop me from trying that which turns from the god that allows to the ghost that commands inherent and unconsciously in most but evident to me in language you can observe it only in detachment and that means detachment from power and self to give up the ghost. Anon.