Jan 5, 2012

Knife

Knife

This drawing is called "Knife." I made this drawing because I like this knife. Bye.

9 comments:

  1. very dynam...
    EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!

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  2. Ah, yes: it is the knife that separates ignorance from awareness, falsehood from truth-- like the swords of the 사천왕 at the Buddhist temples.

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  3. haaa! it hurts! to hell with 사천왕 ... whatever they are.

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  4. dhr,

    The expression "사천왕," pronounced "sa-cheon-wang," comes from Chinese, but was originally Indian. It means "Four Heavenly Kings," and you can often see these kings guarding the entrances of Buddhist temples.

    This blog shows many different sets of sa-cheon-wang.

    (The word "cheon" is pronounced to rhyme with "fun.")

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  5. Stop lecturing, Kevin! You know that doesn't work!

    Jeffery Hodges

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  6. Lecturing doesn't work, yeah: it is better than working.

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  7. What was I thinking?

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