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From Even Monkeys Fall Even monkeys sometimes fall from trees Trees By Doug Lipp Introduction"Even Monkeys Fall From Trees" is an old Japanese proverb I particularly like.
You are born perfect, but what you think and do is not always perfect.
It means that regardless of how capable or skilled anyone is, sooner or later, we all lose our balance and make mistakes. You have probably never seen a monkey fall from a tree, even in a zoo.
But. Even Monkeys Fall from Trees. This is a Japanese proverb also called as kotowaza. Like other kotowaza it talks about animals. Saru is the word for monkeys in Japanese and it has us reevaluate our take on these skilful tree climbers of the jungle - monkeys.
4 rowsNov 15, 猿も木から落ちる Even Monkeys Fall from Trees. One of the most famous Japanese proverbs: Even Monkeys English Equivalent: Everyone makes mistakes.
Witnessing the monkey falling from the tree a judgment occurs, instinctively and reactionary where a form of certainty concerning the reasons of the monkeys fall is established in the matter of seconds, a judgment born from preexisting learning and the desire of making sense of what is outside the expected that in turn hatches itself on our prior experiences where our lazy brain makes the most immediate.
You do this from the best of reasons, yet since you are over confident and portray yourself to know better this might be an act of hubris performed in such situation.
even monkeys fall from trees. unknown. Old japanese words of wisdom, used when you embarrassingly fucked up something, you thought you were the bee's knees at. Girlfriend"Dude, you sucked tonight!" Boyfriend"Well, even monkeys fall from trees.