- 1 Post By Rover_KE
Please check the following sentences.
Life has no real perfection. Only imperfection is the most substantial beauty.
Life has no everlasting success. Only recovering from the setback is genuine success.
《I put my hands together to show my appreciation.》
What are we supposed to check?
Originally Posted by Ashiuhto
That they are grammatically correct? If so: yes (except it should be 'a setback').
That they have meaning? I haven't a clue what they mean.
These sentences are translated from Wisdom Saying of Dharma Master Cheng Yen. I dont' know if they make sense in English.
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