Japanese Proverbs >>
(About Death & Dying, Duty)
Duty is heavy as a mountain but Death is lighter than a feather.
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Too many boatmen will run the boat up to the top of the mountains.
If you look up, there are no limits.
Better to die than to live in shame.
A man with a sour face should not open a shop.
A dead cherry tree will not blossom.
A single arrow is easily broken, but not ten in a bundle.
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