True victory lies only in conquering your deepest fears.
The Japanese kanji for "Victory," or shouri, is made up of two characters and can be interpreted a few ways. The original Chinese reading represents both the Chinese pronunciation of the word and the place in China where the character was introduced. This interpretation refers to victory in the context of winning a contest, a championship or a match and is used in reference to athletic events.
In the Japanese reading, the "Victory" kanji refers to winning in an entirely different context. It can mean that someone excels, surpasses, or exceeds themselves or someone else. It can also refer to victory in the context of being superior by being able to outplay, outweigh, or outperform someone.
We suggest that you choose a rosewood frame for this original Japanese brush painting by a master calligrapher. Rosewood is characterized by a deep rich color and dark veining. The grain pattern also suggests complexity, and the most significant victories in life are those that are won by overcoming major obstacles, whatever they may be.
The beauty of these original Japanese paintings will turn your office or home into a spiritual sanctuary in which the power of zen spreads a peaceful feeling. You will feel more relaxed and more productive than you ever imagined possible.
Size: 10.8 x 11.6 inches (Framed)
Recommended Frame: Rosewood