ʺDaijyoubuʺ, is a saying that one hears regularly in the Japanese daily life, meaning ʺeverything will be alrightʺ. It is a familiar sound, that when said, tells us that no matter what the present conditions hold, the future will work itself out.
The origins of the phrase comes from ʺDaiʺ meaning big, ʺJyouʺ meaning tall, and ʺBuʺ meaning man. In my interpretation, the phrase is telling us that we each have that big strong person within ourselves, keeping the equilibrium in our lives. It is a phrase that tells us to find that strength in us, and reminds us that everything will be alright.
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