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Japanese Proverb: Fall seven times and stand up eight.

七転び八起き Nanakorobi yaoki Literally: Fall seven times and stand up eight Meaning: When life knocks you down, stand back up / Keep trying. (One of Kano Sensei's favorite aphorisms.

Fall down seven times, stand up eight

This old Japanese quote( wrote in Hiragana) was introduced to me by a Japanese friend during a tough time, and I can't thank her enough for that! Un camino para buscarte

Fall Down Seven Times, Get Up Eight - Japanese Philosophy Wall Scroll - Chinese Character & Japanese Kanji Calligraphy Wall Scrolls - Asian Artwork

=Fall Down Seven Times, Get Up Eight = Japanese/Chinese Philosophy Wall Scroll - Chinese Character & Japanese Kanji Calligraphy Wall Scrolls - Asian Artwork

✍ Sensual Calligraphy Scripts ✍ initials, typography styles and calligraphic art - Peace and Love

Peace and Love - Original Chinese Calligraphy - For the Goodness of the World - Wall Art - Peaceful Art - Zen Art

Japanese proverb 怪我の功名 kega no komyo "an unexpected success born out of a failure"

Japanese proverb 怪我の功名 kega no komyo "an unexpected success born out of a failure" "um sucesso inesperado nascido de um fracasso"

Japanese Saying - "The talented hawk hides its claws" (A wise man keeps some of his talents in reserve) : No aru Taka wa Tsume wo Kakusu 能ある鷹は爪を隠す

Мудрый человек держит некоторые из его талантов в резерве : No aru Taka wa Tsume wo Kakusu 能ある鷹は爪を隠す