Asian proverbs contain lots of analogies. Many of them are colorful referring to nature's strategies. Let us take an example of Japanese proverb. It goes, "An Ear of Rice Vows Deeper As It Ripens." This is from short poem in Edo Era, author capricious. It says an ear of rice hang down lower, as it grows and ripens. Appears like vowing deep. It means that ignorant mature, they become respectful. An


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