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人無千日好,花無百日紅

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St. Macarius of Egypt
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人无千日好,花无百日红

traditional

Mandarin

Etymology

Literally: There is no person that has 1000 good days (in a row), and no flower that stays red for 100 days.

Proverb

人無千日好,花無百日紅 (traditional, Pinyin rén wú qiān rì hǎo, huā wú bǎi rì hóng, simplified 人无千日好,花无百日红)

  1. Nothing good lasts forever; all good things must come to an end.

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