Many people find they have a passion in life for a certain particular thing or field. Someone may grow up learning all how to cook from scratch. Another person may find a passion for wine owning. One person who found his love and passion early in life is Japanese antique sword expert Michael Zomber. Even when he was young, Zomber knew that world was one he greatly admired and wanted to help people learn to appreciate. As he grew older, his area of interest blossomed into a full blown passion. Zomber has been fortunate in that he has been able to translate his admiration of this period of time into a passion that has allowed him to make it his life’s work and earn a living in the process.
His Impressive Expertise
As he tells on Facebook, it is not enough to have passion. Passion must be backed up with a sense of discipline. He has tried to take lessons from the Samurai warriors and use their innate understanding of discipline as inspiration for his own life choices and his own devotion to the quest for accurate and correct knowledge. To that end, he has spent many hours of his life studying the actions of the Samurai warriors closely. He has also learned much about the ways in which the Samurai were able to take their own passion and use it to create items of great and amazing beauty that still have much to tell us today even a thousand years later in time.
Emulating The Way Of The Warrior
The Samurai warriors who carefully created the objects we see today are people who had a code that was based around concepts that are vitally important even today. He strives to live his life according to such precepts. Honor remains important to Zomber just as it was important to the warrior culture. This is one of the reasons why he chooses to speak out about such objects. He sees the beauty of them because, in part, such items represent a culture that is all about a devotion to excellence. Check out the books he’s written about the Samurai on Amazon, and IMDb has his full list of screenwriter credits.