The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: April 2016
You have probably noticed that our 'Thought for the Day' has taken on a Japanese influence.
This is because the member of our editorial team in charge of 'Thought for the Day' is currently visiting the land of the rising sun.
We are delighted to see that she is having no problem in contributing to 'Tattenhall Online' wherever she might be!
That said, Japanese sayings and proverbs are words of wisdom from ancient times. They are often a short popular saying of unknown authorship which express some general truth, superstition or wisdom. Some of them will make you ponder and think, some of them will make you laugh, and some may put you straight on a path of enlightenment.
We hope you enjoy some more unusual 'Thoughts for the Day' in the coming weeks.
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