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Monday, December 11, 2017

The Art of Yun Yi Illustrating Chinese Poetry

Credit: Yun Yi
cottage in woods

Yun Yi found these wise words in a Chinese forum and just translated them into English, today.?

Mountain has its height,

water has its depth,

there is no reason to compete;

Wind has its freedom,

cloud has its tenderness,

there is no reason to imitate;

Search for whatever you think is joyful;

dwell on whatever you think is worth;

appreciate whatever you think is happy.

There is nothing would not be judged,

there is nothing would not be envied;

Be truthful to yourself, follow your heart, there will be no regret;

There is only one path in life: your own path;

There are two treasure of life: good health, loving heart;

There are three kinds of friends: those who lend money to you

those who attend your wedding; those who attend your funeral.

There are four adversities in life:

can't see through,

can't give it up, can't lose,

can't put it down.

There are five maxims for life:

persevere no matter how hard it is;

take it light no matter how valuable it is;

restrain your spending no matter how rich you are;

be passionate no matter how cold you are.

There are six treasures in life: physical health; knowledge; dream; belief; confidence; courage.



About the Writer

My husband and I raised 9 children on a hobby farm and discovered fulfilment and joy.The very existence of a joyful mother of nine children seems to confound people. My writing is humourous and heart warming/ thoughtful and thought provoking with a strong current of spirituality running through it.
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