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TenMeiKaiGo - Open the enlightenment by KisaragiChiyo.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Zen Saying :TenMeiKaiGo = to obtain enlightenment and thus rise above the suffering of life and death. TenMeiKaiGo - Open the enlightenment

Zen Saying - MunenMusou by KisaragiChiyo.deviantart.com on @deviantART

MunenMusō = being free from all distracting thoughts, keeping one's mind clear of all worldly thoughts, being free from all ideas and thoughts Zen Saying - MunenMusou

Kanji calligraphy of ‘gi’, which means ‘to do the right thing’ and is one of the seven virtues of bushido.

Beifongkendo : “Kanji calligraphy of ‘gi’, which means 'to do the right thing’ and is one of the seven virtues of bushido.

田英章《欧体楷书作品100幅》,太漂亮了!-搜狐

田英章《欧体楷书作品100幅》,太漂亮了!-搜狐

Commission Japanese saying (proverb) 『能ある鷹は 爪を隠す』 " Nô aru Taka ha(wa) Tsume wo Kakusu " Literally: The tale...

Мудрый человек держит некоторые из его талантов в резерве : No aru Taka wa Tsume wo Kakusu 能ある鷹は爪を隠す

Haiku poem by Basho MATSUO (1644~1694) Japan:  名月や池をめぐりて 夜もすがら "Under a harvest moon / circling my pond / the night comes to an end"

Haiku poem by Basho MATSUO (1644~1694) Japan: 名月や池をめぐりて 夜もすがら "Under a harvest moon / circling my pond / the night comes to an end"

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