Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards?? Good! Today we have a very interesting one: “gaden insui.” It means “to gather water for one’s own field,” which means to serve one’s own interests. Think about situations in which your actions, or some other person actions, were focused on serving your own, that person’s own, interests. You can state that by saying “gaden insui.” It does not have to be negative, but usually when these type of situations arise, it is because of some negative cause. However, this saying isn’t negative per se.
How many Rinkya Japanese flashcards have you collected so far? What do you think about “gaden insui”? Will you use it?? Which is your favorite Rinkya Japanese flashcard?