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Getting up early is a win-win?

Getting up early is a win-win?
This proverb is often heard in Japan.

I don't hate getting up early in the morning.
But I don't want to get up early and do something early.

I always love to wake up in bed or in the futon and go back to sleep twice or thrice.
I woke up around four o'clock today, too, and a thought came to me then.

Something that hadn't occurred to me the day before, no matter how much I thought about it, suddenly came to me when I woke up the next day or later.
This is not every day.

If I think about it carefully, these days, I feel that the thoughts and ideas I have when I wake up in the morning are directly connected to my work.
Maybe it's just my imagination.

But it's true that when I wake up in the morning, I suddenly have an epiphany that this is the way to make it work.
Isn't this what waking up early originally meant, "three literal virtues"?
I don't know, I don't speak the language so I don't really understand...

Also, there is a difference between the answers you think about late into the night and the answers and implications you think about the next day.
It may be that when humans are sleeping, they are unconsciously using their brains to

Are you bouncing out answers of your own accord?
Or are you sorting and deleting answers and popping the answers out?

I can't help but think that it might be because of this. Or maybe not.

So if it bothers you that you don't have an answer every day and late at night, why don't you go to bed early and wake up in the morning and think about it?
If you push it and it doesn't work, you can pull it.

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