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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

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

Keep Calm Collection - Japanese Calligraphy Success, poster print (http://www.keepcalmcollection.com/japanese-calligraphy-success-poster-print/)

Japanese Calligraphy Success, poster print

Keep Calm Collection - Japanese Calligraphy Success, poster print (http://www.keepcalmcollection.com/japanese-calligraphy-success-poster-print/)

Japanese proverb 善は急                    zen wa isoge   "Good deeds should be done quickly, without hesitating."

Japanese proverb 善は急 zen wa isoge "Good deeds should be done quickly, without hesitating."

Motto of Amnesty International by *KisaragiChiyo "It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness."

Motto of Amnesty International by *KisaragiChiyo "It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness."

Japanese saying 立つ鳥跡を濁さず Tatsu Tori Ato wo Nigosazu "Cast no dirt in the well that gives you water"

Japanese saying 立つ鳥跡を濁さず Tatsu Tori Ato wo Nigosazu "Cast no dirt in the well that gives you water"

Japanese phrase 笑う門には福来たる warau kado ni wa fuku kitaru "good fortune and happiness will come to the home of those who smile (fortune comes in by a merry gate)" (calligraphy by Adachi Shunkichi)

Japanese phrase 笑う門には福来たる warau kado ni wa fuku kitaru "good fortune and happiness will come to the home of those who smile (fortune comes in by a merry gate)" (calligraphy by Adachi Shunkichi)

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.

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.

Japanese poem Haiku by Lady Onono Komachi (825~unknown) "Briefly I slept and I saw / the person I love now / I put my faith / in this thing called dream "

Japanese poem Haiku by Lady Onono Komachi (825~unknown) "Briefly I slept and I saw / the person I love now / I put my faith / in this thing called dream "

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