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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Tuesday: Japanese Proverb

Makanu Tane-wa Haenu (Nothing comes of nothing./No pains, no gains./ No mill, no meal./One must sow before one can reap.) (Does this happen without sawing the seeds?)  Og Mandino says, “Act or ye will be acted upon.” You must realize that plans are only dreams without action. “The world will always determing your worth by the deeds you do. Who can measure your talents by the thoughts you have or the emotions you feel? “  Do you happen to know the person who always talks about his “fantastic plans” or “great ideas” for hours, which makes you bored? In a year or so, did he ever take actions and implement …

Monday: One Point Japanese Clinic

Mo Ikutsu Neruto Oshogatsu (https://youtu.be/1H4yuXPQX60)  Is it too early to mention “New Year”? Yeah, yeah… “New Year” is not so important as Christmas in US. I know that! Nowadays, the Japanese celebrate (without knowing what to celebrate!?) Christmas too. However, the importance of “New Year” in Japan is incomparable to Christmas!  “Mo Ikutsu Neruto Oshogatsu” means “How many more days do I have to count before the New Year comes?” When December starts, the Japanese are getting really + really busy in preparing for the celebration of the new year, which lasts at least for the first 7 days.  As you may know it, the Japanese work a lot. Housewives …

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