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“Kim Hae Kil”

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6×6 Digital “Mini Print”: $20

8×8 Digital print (100 in a series):  $45
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Original: Not Available

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For my wonderful husband Kyle who was adopted from Korea when he was 5 months old.  Kim Hae Kil is his Korean name.  This one’s for you!

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“Buddha Nature”

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8×8 Digital print (100 in a series):  $35
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Original: $230

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I’ve been thinking a lot about lotus’ lately. The lotus symbolizes your pure inner nature. They come through the muck to bloom pristine, so no matter what you do or what is done to you your inner nature remains pristine and intact.

Buddhist “Precious Human Birth” Story

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6×6 4-color “Mini Print”: $20

8×8 4-color print (100 in a series):  $50
12×12 Giclee Print (50 in a series):  $150

Original: SOLD

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In Buddhism they have a story for their perception of “precious human birth.” Because being born a human being gives you the ability to do so much for your karma (both good and bad) it is seen as a precious opportunity to help your fellow man and possibly even attain enlightenment.

The story goes, imagine there is a turtle adrift at sea that only surfaces every 100 years. Now imagine there is a small ring in this vast sea. It is more likely for the turtle to accidentally poke its head through that ring than to be born a human being. I also incorporated vajras along the outside to signify wisdom and compassion (all important things to learn in this life) and lotus’. The lotus represents your Buddha nature. It rises from the mucky water and blooms pristine, reminding you that no matter what you inner nature, inner good, is always untarnished and that even people you have difficulty with have this good at their core.

Treasure the good work you can do with your life!

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