Happiness embodies the joy and sense of well-being we feel when, thanks to good fortune, our lives are working out as perfectly as a flock of ducks that are aligned in a V.
The Japanese brush painting for the kanji design for the word "Happiness" consists of eight strokes that create five elements. The first element represents a pestle. The second element represents a fancy pot lid. The third element is a stand and refers to a person who stands erectly. The final element represents bitter and is associated with foods that are spicy, bitter or hot.
The combination of the elements that make up the Japanese design for "Happiness" suggests a connection between happiness and food, or food preparation.
We suggest that you choose a pink frame for the original kanji brush painting by a master calligrapher. Psychologically, pink represents hope, compassion, empathy and understanding. It is supposed to convey warm and comforting feelings, the very emotions that fill people with happiness and a sense of wellbeing.
Whether you choose one or more Japanese characters to display on a wall or in a room of your home or office, the beauty of each painting will infuse the room with the spiritual power of zen, transforming your home or office into a joyful sanctuary.
Size: 10.8 x 11.6 inches (Framed)
Recommended Frame: Pink