Mamihlapinatapais - from the Yaghan language of Tierra del Fuego, it is considered the world’s most succinct word and the hardest to translate. - it means: a look shared by two people, each wishing that the other will initiate something that both desire but that neither one wants to start. Love it!!
You could have stopped, but you chose to go on. I want this because self harm and depression are things that some people do and have gone through but they chose to live on despite that fact that they did have gone through tough times
Neat Tattoo, and a great story!: My tattoo is based off of the idea of the red string of fate, an Asian belief that two people are connected by a red string (tied together by the gods) and they are destined to develop a great friendship, fall in love, or help each other in some way. It’s a reminder to me that my relationships with people around me are going to continuously change, fall apart, evolve, and improve, and that’s okay - we are connected, nevertheless.
The word reads instant but if you focus on what is in the braces, it reads: in an instant. I got this tattoo because it signifies how all the moments in your life happen in an instant, and before you know it you are taking the next big step in your life.