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Title: Slow, deliberate strokes, indicative of a writer with an enlightened, peaceful disposition
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Slow, deliberate strokes, indicative of a writer with an enlightened, peaceful disposition, are the strokes of Thich Nhat Hanh. In additi...


Slow, deliberate strokes, indicative of a writer with an enlightened, peaceful disposition, are the strokes of Thich Nhat Hanh. In addition to being a Vietnamese Buddhist monk, author, poet and peace activist, Nhat Hanh practices mindful calligraphy and has put on many exhibits dedicated to his particular form of the art.
Nhat Hanh’s calligraphy is mindfulness in practice, which evokes a deep and fundamental knowledge, one not only of the world, but of himself, of his being and being in general. As a Buddhist, Nhat Hanh has come to enlightenment by extricating himself from the various entanglements of being, from being itself, and as a result, his calligraphy contains a certain measured and pure quality not found in the writing of many people.

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