Tuesday: Nihon-no Kotowaza
Deru Kui-wa Utareru (でるくいはうたれる)
Deru: project; protrude; jut out/stick out.
Kui: a stake; a post; a pile; a picket.
Utareru: being hit; being struck; being beaten; being smacked.
Envy will pursue merit as its shade./ A tall tree catches much wind./ Forwardness will cause trouble./ Greatness has its penalties.
Master Sgt. Brian Lujan drives a tent stake into the ground March 23, 2010, in Angol, Chile. Sergeant Lujan along with members of an Air Force Expeditionary Medical Support team built 13 shelters that will be used as a hospital for the local Angol community. The hospital will serve as a temporary facility for up to three years until a new hospital can be built in Angol. Sergeant Lujan is assigned to the 355th Civil Engineering Squadron at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Tiffany Trojca)