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Anyone can translate this?

My aunt get this from a fortune-teller in Japan, I'll be really thankful if anyone can translate this!




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    The one on the left page comes from a Chinese classical novel dating from Yuan Dynasty, meaning:

    Only by cutting rocks can you acquire jade, and only by washing sand can you acquire gold. (only by working hard can you achieve success.)

    It is not impossible to soaring in the vast sky, but you should persist in your efforts instead of giving up half way.

    The other one is a Chinese peom which means:

    When willows they encounters spring , golden flowers will come out from their old branches. (I think this is an auspice)

    Even though they (the flowers) may be heavily pressed by lays of snow, it will make them even more glorious. (Your sufferings would be good for your life)


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