When you allow yourself to be a compassionate person, you see the humanity in everyone and understand the true spirit of kindness.
The kanji design for "Benevolence," or zin, contains the element that symbolizes human and is connected with spiritual values such as charity, virtue, and humanity. In Confucianism benevolence is an important virtue because it is the ability to accept all human beings in an unbiased way. It embraces compassion in a way that encourages us to help those who are most in need.
We recommend that you choose a white frame for the kanji design for "Benevolence" because it suggests purity and innocence. White shows no prejudice or bias, and it coordinates with any color or decorating style.
A single Japanese brush painting by a master calligrapher of the kanji for "Benevolence" will inspire you to reflect on the meaning of zin and how you can use zen meditation to help you become more in tune with the need for benevolence in the world. A wall or room full of Japanese calligraphy paintings will highlight the spiritual power of Zen Buddhism and solitude to your home or office.
Size: 11.6 x 10.8 inches (Framed)
Recommended Frame: White