Easier to See Jeong (Love) Leaving than Arriving
"MJ" Cho, author
The beauty of a proverb rests in its simplicity. Anyone can use them as they see fit and refine them as they grow older with newer wisdom. \tA collection of essays, Easier to See Jeong (Love) Leaving than Arriving, introduces 100 Korean proverbs and their meanings, placing an emphasis on how universal these messages are in both Eastern and Western cultures. Though gentle and often humorous, these proverbs, derived from the everyday experience and lives of Korean ancestors, offer the time-tested wisdom that crosses continents as well as generations. This book is a sequel to the first volume, The Tongue Can Break Bones, which also introduced 100 proverbs.