Daily Chinese Proverb: Perseverance

Posted by Charlie @ Discovering Mandarin Monday, 12 October 2009
This Chinese proverb has come to mean all good things must first go through many trials and tribulations. It means that things that are good* are worth a struggle, and working towards. It is used especially in regards to love, and serves a reminder that perseverance through problems is a requirement of true love.

*(whilst good is only a comparative statement contrasted by something being made bad, it serves its purpose here.)

hǎoshì duō mó
the course of true love never runs smooth

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