“What did I tell you? It’s not as easy as it looks, is it?”
“Yeah, I had no idea! Now that I’ve walked a mile in your shoes, I really appreciate all the work you do around here.”

To “walk in someone’s shoes” is to experience their life and the difficulties they face. We have a saying that you should “walk a mile in a man’s shoes” before you judge him.


walk in someone’s shoes(誰かの靴で歩く)とは、その人の人生や困難を経験することです。他人を判断する前に walk a mile in a man’s shoes (その人の靴で1マイル歩くべきだ)ということわざがあります。