Monju is the Saint of Wisdom in the Buddist faith. Similar to “two heads are better than one”, the Japanese proverb suggests that even average people, when working in a group, can come up with a great idea.
(Style: spoken/casual/A=female, B=male)
A: Kaigishitsu de nanika hisohiso hanashiteru kedo, nani shiteru no?
B: Kondo no purojekuto no gen’an o netteru rashii yo.
A: Daijoobu kashira. Demo, maa “sannnin yoreba Monji no chie” tte yuu kara…
A: They’re whispering among themselves in the meeting room; what are they up to?
B: They seem to be brainstorming on a new project.
A: Do you really think they can do it? Oh well, they say, “Two heads are better than one”.