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Jhana File (15)

Let me explain the fifty-sixth Kanji character of the 80s for beginners, 「口」.
「口」=mouth
on – yomi「コウ」
kun – yomi「くち
口をそろえて言う(くちをそろえていう)= say in chorus that~
90才以上の老人に「人生で一番後悔していることは?」と尋ねると、ほとんどの人がをそろえて「もっと冒険をしておけば良かった」と答える。
I asked a question of old people over 90 years of age about what was the biggest regret of your life. And they said in chorus that they should have been more adventurous.
◇90才(きゅうじゅっさい)以上(いじょう)の老人= old people over 90 years of age
◇一生(いっしょう)で= of one’s life
◇後悔(こうかい)する= regret
◇冒険(ぼうけん)する= take a risk [or chance], choose a slippery slope
*”they should have chosen a slippery slope rather than a wide and safe road”にしても良かったかも。ちょっと意味が違うけど、聖書にも「狭き門より入れ,滅びに至る門は大きくその道は広い」と書いてあるよね。
The Bible says, “Enter by the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the way is easy, that leads to destruction.”

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