And these are my roots

3 thoughts on “And these are my roots”

  1. english translation of the comment in chinese: "Instead of striving to get what we cannot have, it is better to appreciate what is indigenous to us…" what a fine thought to share! thank you! 🙂

  2. hi lady, your comment is so profound! thank you very much! 🙂 of course, we understood what you wrote only after the brother of one of our core team members translated it for us–hurrah for brothers!everyone, here's the jewel of wisdom from lady:"Life's most pitiful moment is when one abandons what he has set out to do. The most grievous is when one loses his self-confidence. The most profligate is when one wastes his time. The most fearful is when one loses his perseverance."

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