Fate/Yuan (缘) calligraphy by Carmen Lam. https://carmen-lam.pixels.com
Fate/Yuan (缘): also sometimes written as "Yuanfen" (緣分). It is an abstract concept in Chinese culture and religion. The means "fateful coincidence" - a concept within Chinese religion which describes good and bad chances, as well as potential relationships.
It entails the concepts of destiny and luck, which is similar to its meaning within the western culture; and is often described as something that is more than just a mere coincidence. It is usually used in the aspect of bringing people together, and usually refers to both romantic relationships, and friendships.
Let nature take its course. Let fate take its own course. 顺应自然，一切随缘.
This piece of artwork created with Chinese brush, traditional ink, handwritten on good rice paper.
Calligraphy is a kind of line art and abstract art that humans express emotions. Chinese calligraphy is the essence of Chinese culture because it is a unique and visual art that covers Chinese language, history, philosophy, calligraphy, and aesthetics. Its performance art is praised as speechless poetry, no dance of the line, the painting without pictures, the silent music.
This work has been featured in the following FAA Group: **Art and Meditation **Your Story of Art **Awesome Asia
February 13th, 2022
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