Koketsu ni irazunba koji wo ezu.
If you do not enter the tiger’s cave, you will not catch its cub.
Nothing ventured, nothing gained. You can’t do anything without risking something.
Tigers (虎 tora) are cute… from afar. No one would dare go near one, unless that person is the handler, or crazy, or is being dared to do so. They’re even scarier when they’re with their cub/s (虎児 koji). So, it must take great courage (勇気 yuuki) to go into a tiger’s den (虎穴 koketsu) to steal a cub!
Makes sense. (-_-).。oO
To achieve some success, we can’t always stay in that comfortable zone and be safe. Go out! Try something new. You may not see the results soon, but I am sure you’ve made a dent in this world – no matter how small it is, you made it.
I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to lazyhaze for the challenge. It was fun looking for quotes that I would like to share with you all. It wasn’t easy as there are tons of great ones. Do drop by her blog for a doze of wonderful photos, quotes, and writings.
~ And now, my nominees are ~
Rules of the Challenge
- Three quote for three days.
- Thank the person who nominated you.
- Three nominees each day (no repetition)
- Inform the nominees.
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