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2019-02-18 10:59
X. 5Once, a certain man said, "I know the shape of 'reason' and 'women'. When somebody asked what shape these things were, he replied: "Reason is a square, and it will not budge at all. Wome… Read More
2019-02-17 11:19
II. 117Jin'uemon used to say "One should not bother bringing up daughters. They may stain the family name, and disgrace the parents [after they are married off]. The oldest daughter is speci… Read More
2019-02-17 10:51
It is discerning to behold the world as if it were a dream. You want to quickly wake up if you have a nightmare, and are relieved that it was only a dream. This world in which we exist now i… Read More
2019-02-17 08:48
II. 86A man's life is very short, so it is best to do what he enjoys most. It is foolhardy indeed to waste your life in this world between dreams, doing things you don't enjoy as you endure… Read More
2019-02-17 07:23
II. 56.Nobles and low-born men, old or young, enlightened or shackled, are all destined to die. We all perish eventually. Nobody is ignorant of this fact. Here though, people rely on their t… Read More
2019-02-16 08:38
In spite of being born with fragile constitution, people these days are too lascivious and end up dying young. It is diabolical. I would proffer to physicians that if people who are sickly s… Read More
2019-02-15 06:47
I. 174 Conceit and haughtiness are perilous during times of good fortune. One must redouble efforts to maintain a sense of humility. Those who revel when times are good will wither in... mor… Read More
2019-02-14 09:31
The best way to outdo your colleagues is to ask for their advice about your own ideas. Most men conclude matters based on their own opinions, which prevent them from rising to a higher level… Read More

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