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Love listening to my fu-rins Japanese wind chime 風鈴 (fu-rin) #relaxwithsussan

This is the Ryōan-ji tsukubai .The kanji written on the surface of the stone are without significance when read alone. If each is read in combination with 口 , which the central bowl is meant to represent, then the characters become 吾, 唯, 足, 知. This is read as "ware, tada taru shiru" and translates literally as "I only know enough" (吾= I, 唯 = merely, 足 = be sufficient, 知 =know).

Zen Garden// the lanterns are great. love to have these in my zen garden.

  • SaltedPrint

    What a beautiful space.

  • Christina Mott

    There's no way this is a real place. Look at that texture on the water -- this is definitely digitally made. It looks like the graphics in a 20 year old video game.