#Yamaguchi Prefecture has some of the most beautiful #drive in Japan. the #tsunoshimabridge , which opened in November 2000, is a 1.78-kilometer long beautiful #bridge that connects #Tsunoshima Island to mainland #Shimonoseki . Nowadays the bridge gets lots of visitors from all over the world. the straight #road running over the emerald green water is such a beautiful sight that it was featured in a 2013 Japanese best-selling book called Places To Go Before You Die.
The YoJi: 百折不撓
Pronunciation: hyakusetsufutō ひゃくせつふとう
Kanji Meaning: 百 (hundred), 折 (break; snap), 不 (unable), 撓 (bend)
📍to never change your belief/faith/conviction no matter how many times you fail
📍literally means to break 100 times but never bend
You may fail 100 times, but nothing will ever destroy your belief/faith/conviction. Continue staying true to yourself and your beliefs, because once you let doubt take over, you've lost.
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