Blue enso zen circle • Faithfulness kanji Temporary Tattoos

The Blue enso zen circle • Faithfulness kanji Temporary Tattoos above is one of many items available with designs from 522Motifs.com. The designs come in eight colors: red, white, blue, pink, purple, orange, green and black and the kanji characters for love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control.

In the design above, the Japanese symbol for faithfulness, or kanji for faithfulness, acts as the centerpiece for the design. The faithfulness kanji is surrounded in these assorted designs by…

• an enso circle (also called a zen circle)
• a half enso symbol
• a Japanese family crest or Japanese kamon circle (or mon)
• a thin circle, or
• nothing…just the kanji

The English word for faithfulness appears brushed in to the design as well. Brush script provides a certain aesthetic to the available designs. The brushed kanji is typical of Japanese calligraphy.

These are designs inspired by a letter written in the first century and characters whose ancestry goes back at least to that period. You could say that our simple designs radiate a deep history. In addition to the Blue enso zen circle • Faithfulness kanji Temporary Tattoos above, what items would you like to see with this novel design emblazoned on it?

Galatians 5:22 serves as the inspiration for the designs created at 522Motifs.com. There we find the phrase “fruit of the spirit.” Imagine a tree bearing love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. It’s easy to think of these fruits as some of the “better angels of our nature” as well. However you conceive of them, the world needs us to exhibit them in our own lives. “Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me.” Those familiar lyrics would be beautiful with any one of the better angels standing in for the word “peace.” Against such things there is no law…

The Japanese imported the characters, called “kanji” in Japanese, from China over 1,000 years ago. So you might say that these designs display Chinese calligraphy too. Much history lives on in the characters and pictures as well. When you look at the symbols for human, horse, tree, mountain, river and more, you can see a trace of pictographs enduring in the characters. What do you see in Blue enso zen circle • Faithfulness kanji Temporary Tattoos?

Red enso zen circle • Goodness kanji Temporary Tattoos

The Red enso zen circle • Goodness kanji Temporary Tattoos above is one of many items available with designs from 522Motifs.com. The designs come in eight colors: red, white, blue, pink, purple, orange, green and black and the kanji characters for love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control.

In the design above, the Japanese symbol for goodness, or kanji for goodness, acts as the centerpiece for the design. The goodness kanji is surrounded in these assorted designs by…

• an enso circle (also called a zen circle)
• a half enso symbol
• a Japanese family crest or Japanese kamon circle (or mon)
• a thin circle, or
• nothing…just the kanji

The English word for goodness appears brushed in to the design as well. Brush script provides a certain aesthetic to the available designs. The brushed kanji is typical of Japanese calligraphy.

These are designs inspired by a letter written in the first century and characters whose ancestry goes back at least to that period. You could say that our simple designs radiate a deep history. In addition to the Red enso zen circle • Goodness kanji Temporary Tattoos above, what items would you like to see with this novel design emblazoned on it?

Galatians 5:22 serves as the inspiration for the designs created at 522Motifs.com. There we find the phrase “fruit of the spirit.” Imagine a tree bearing love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. It’s easy to think of these fruits as some of the “better angels of our nature” as well. However you conceive of them, the world needs us to exhibit them in our own lives. “Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me.” Those familiar lyrics would be beautiful with any one of the better angels standing in for the word “peace.” Against such things there is no law…

The Japanese imported the characters, called “kanji” in Japanese, from China over 1,000 years ago. So you might say that these designs display Chinese calligraphy too. Much history lives on in the characters and pictures as well. When you look at the symbols for human, horse, tree, mountain, river and more, you can see a trace of pictographs enduring in the characters. What do you see in Red enso zen circle • Goodness kanji Temporary Tattoos?

Purple half zen circle • Kanji for patience Temporary Tattoos

The Purple half zen circle • Kanji for patience Temporary Tattoos above is one of many items available with designs from 522Motifs.com. The designs come in eight colors: red, white, blue, pink, purple, orange, green and black and the kanji characters for love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control.

In the design above, the Japanese symbol for patience, or kanji for patience, acts as the centerpiece for the design. The patience kanji is surrounded in these assorted designs by…

• an enso circle (also called a zen circle)
• a half enso symbol
• a Japanese family crest or Japanese kamon circle (or mon)
• a thin circle, or
• nothing…just the kanji

The English word for patience appears brushed in to the design as well. Brush script provides a certain aesthetic to the available designs. The brushed kanji is typical of Japanese calligraphy.

These are designs inspired by a letter written in the first century and characters whose ancestry goes back at least to that period. You could say that our simple designs radiate a deep history. In addition to the Purple half zen circle • Kanji for patience Temporary Tattoos above, what items would you like to see with this novel design emblazoned on it?

Galatians 5:22 serves as the inspiration for the designs created at 522Motifs.com. There we find the phrase “fruit of the spirit.” Imagine a tree bearing love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. It’s easy to think of these fruits as some of the “better angels of our nature” as well. However you conceive of them, the world needs us to exhibit them in our own lives. “Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me.” Those familiar lyrics would be beautiful with any one of the better angels standing in for the word “peace.” Against such things there is no law…

The Japanese imported the characters, called “kanji” in Japanese, from China over 1,000 years ago. So you might say that these designs display Chinese calligraphy too. Much history lives on in the characters and pictures as well. When you look at the symbols for human, horse, tree, mountain, river and more, you can see a trace of pictographs enduring in the characters. What do you see in Purple half zen circle • Kanji for patience Temporary Tattoos?

Pink Japanese kamon • Kindness kanji Temporary Tattoos

The Pink Japanese kamon • Kindness kanji Temporary Tattoos above is one of many items available with designs from 522Motifs.com. The designs come in eight colors: red, white, blue, pink, purple, orange, green and black and the kanji characters for love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control.

In the design above, the Japanese symbol for kindness, or kanji for kindness, acts as the centerpiece for the design. The kindness kanji is surrounded in these assorted designs by…

• an enso circle (also called a zen circle)
• a half enso symbol
• a Japanese family crest or Japanese kamon circle (or mon)
• a thin circle, or
• nothing…just the kanji

The English word for kindness appears brushed in to the design as well. Brush script provides a certain aesthetic to the available designs. The brushed kanji is typical of Japanese calligraphy.

These are designs inspired by a letter written in the first century and characters whose ancestry goes back at least to that period. You could say that our simple designs radiate a deep history. In addition to the Pink Japanese kamon • Kindness kanji Temporary Tattoos above, what items would you like to see with this novel design emblazoned on it?

Galatians 5:22 serves as the inspiration for the designs created at 522Motifs.com. There we find the phrase “fruit of the spirit.” Imagine a tree bearing love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. It’s easy to think of these fruits as some of the “better angels of our nature” as well. However you conceive of them, the world needs us to exhibit them in our own lives. “Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me.” Those familiar lyrics would be beautiful with any one of the better angels standing in for the word “peace.” Against such things there is no law…

The Japanese imported the characters, called “kanji” in Japanese, from China over 1,000 years ago. So you might say that these designs display Chinese calligraphy too. Much history lives on in the characters and pictures as well. When you look at the symbols for human, horse, tree, mountain, river and more, you can see a trace of pictographs enduring in the characters. What do you see in Pink Japanese kamon • Kindness kanji Temporary Tattoos?

Blue thin round circle • Peace kanji Temporary Tattoos

The Blue thin round circle • Peace kanji Temporary Tattoos above is one of many items available with designs from 522Motifs.com. The designs come in eight colors: red, white, blue, pink, purple, orange, green and black and the kanji characters for love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control.

In the design above, the Japanese symbol for peace, or kanji for peace, acts as the centerpiece for the design. The peace kanji is surrounded in these assorted designs by…

• an enso circle (also called a zen circle)
• a half enso symbol
• a Japanese family crest or Japanese kamon circle (or mon)
• a thin circle, or
• nothing…just the kanji

The English word for peace appears brushed in to the design as well. Brush script provides a certain aesthetic to the available designs. The brushed kanji is typical of Japanese calligraphy.

These are designs inspired by a letter written in the first century and characters whose ancestry goes back at least to that period. You could say that our simple designs radiate a deep history. In addition to the Blue thin round circle • Peace kanji Temporary Tattoos above, what items would you like to see with this novel design emblazoned on it?

Galatians 5:22 serves as the inspiration for the designs created at 522Motifs.com. There we find the phrase “fruit of the spirit.” Imagine a tree bearing love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. It’s easy to think of these fruits as some of the “better angels of our nature” as well. However you conceive of them, the world needs us to exhibit them in our own lives. “Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me.” Those familiar lyrics would be beautiful with any one of the better angels standing in for the word “peace.” Against such things there is no law…

The Japanese imported the characters, called “kanji” in Japanese, from China over 1,000 years ago. So you might say that these designs display Chinese calligraphy too. Much history lives on in the characters and pictures as well. When you look at the symbols for human, horse, tree, mountain, river and more, you can see a trace of pictographs enduring in the characters. What do you see in Blue thin round circle • Peace kanji Temporary Tattoos?

Green thin circle • Self Control kanji/word Temporary Tattoos

The Green thin circle • Self Control kanji/word Temporary Tattoos above is one of many items available with designs from 522Motifs.com. The designs come in eight colors: red, white, blue, pink, purple, orange, green and black and the kanji characters for love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control.

In the design above, the Japanese symbol for self control, or kanji for self control, acts as the centerpiece for the design. The self control kanji is surrounded in these assorted designs by…

• an enso circle (also called a zen circle)
• a half enso symbol
• a Japanese family crest or Japanese kamon circle (or mon)
• a thin circle, or
• nothing…just the kanji

The English word for self control appears brushed in to the design as well. Brush script provides a certain aesthetic to the available designs. The brushed kanji is typical of Japanese calligraphy.

These are designs inspired by a letter written in the first century and characters whose ancestry goes back at least to that period. You could say that our simple designs radiate a deep history. In addition to the Green thin circle • Self Control kanji/word Temporary Tattoos above, what items would you like to see with this novel design emblazoned on it?

Galatians 5:22 serves as the inspiration for the designs created at 522Motifs.com. There we find the phrase “fruit of the spirit.” Imagine a tree bearing love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. It’s easy to think of these fruits as some of the “better angels of our nature” as well. However you conceive of them, the world needs us to exhibit them in our own lives. “Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me.” Those familiar lyrics would be beautiful with any one of the better angels standing in for the word “peace.” Against such things there is no law…

The Japanese imported the characters, called “kanji” in Japanese, from China over 1,000 years ago. So you might say that these designs display Chinese calligraphy too. Much history lives on in the characters and pictures as well. When you look at the symbols for human, horse, tree, mountain, river and more, you can see a trace of pictographs enduring in the characters. What do you see in Green thin circle • Self Control kanji/word Temporary Tattoos?

Orange kamon & Japanese joy kanji symbol Temporary Tattoos

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Orange kamon & Japanese joy kanji symbol Temporary Tattoos

above is one of many items available with designs from 522Motifs.com. The designs come in eight colors: red, white, blue, pink, purple, orange, green and black and the kanji characters for love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control.

In the design above, the Japanese symbol for joy, or kanji for joy, acts as the centerpiece for the design. The joy kanji is surrounded in these assorted designs by…

• an enso circle (also called a zen circle)
• a half enso symbol
• a Japanese family crest or Japanese kamon circle (or mon)
• a thin circle, or
• nothing…just the kanji

The English word for joy appears brushed in to the design as well. Brush script provides a certain aesthetic to the available designs. The brushed kanji is typical of Japanese calligraphy.

These are designs inspired by a letter written in the first century and characters whose ancestry goes back at least to that period. You could say that our simple designs radiate a deep history. In addition to the

Orange kamon & Japanese joy kanji symbol Temporary Tattoos

above, what items would you like to see with this novel design emblazoned on it?

Galatians 5:22 serves as the inspiration for the designs created at 522Motifs.com. There we find the phrase “fruit of the spirit.” Imagine a tree bearing love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. It’s easy to think of these fruits as some of the “better angels of our nature” as well. However you conceive of them, the world needs us to exhibit them in our own lives. “Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me.” Those familiar lyrics would be beautiful with any one of the better angels standing in for the word “peace.” Against such things there is no law…

The Japanese imported the characters, called “kanji” in Japanese, from China over 1,000 years ago. So you might say that these designs display Chinese calligraphy too. Much history lives on in the characters and pictures as well. When you look at the symbols for human, horse, tree, mountain, river and more, you can see a trace of pictographs enduring in the characters. What do you see in

Orange kamon & Japanese joy kanji symbol Temporary Tattoos

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Black enso circle | Japanese kanji symbol for love Temporary Tattoos

The Black enso circle | Japanese kanji symbol for love Temporary Tattoos above is one of many items available with designs from 522Motifs.com. The designs come in eight colors: red, white, blue, pink, purple, orange, green and black and the kanji characters for love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control.

In the design above, the Japanese symbol for love, or kanji for love, acts as the centerpiece for the design. The love kanji is surrounded in these assorted designs by…

• an enso circle (also called a zen circle)
• a half enso symbol
• a Japanese family crest or Japanese kamon circle (or mon)
• a thin circle, or
• nothing…just the kanji

The English word for love appears brushed in to the design as well. Brush script provides a certain aesthetic to the available designs. The brushed kanji is typical of Japanese calligraphy.

These are designs inspired by a letter written in the first century and characters whose ancestry goes back at least to that period. You could say that our simple designs radiate a deep history. In addition to the Black enso circle | Japanese kanji symbol for love Temporary Tattoos above, what items would you like to see with this novel design emblazoned on it?

Galatians 5:22 serves as the inspiration for the designs created at 522Motifs.com. There we find the phrase “fruit of the spirit.” Imagine a tree bearing love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. It’s easy to think of these fruits as some of the “better angels of our nature” as well. However you conceive of them, the world needs us to exhibit them in our own lives. “Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me.” Those familiar lyrics would be beautiful with any one of the better angels standing in for the word “peace.” Against such things there is no law…

The Japanese imported the characters, called “kanji” in Japanese, from China over 1,000 years ago. So you might say that these designs display Chinese calligraphy too. Much history lives on in the characters and pictures as well. When you look at the symbols for human, horse, tree, mountain, river and more, you can see a trace of pictographs enduring in the characters. What do you see in Black enso circle | Japanese kanji symbol for love Temporary Tattoos?

Orange enso | Japanese kanji symbol for love T-Shirt

Designs inspired by a letter written in the first century and characters whose ancestry goes back at least to that period. You could say that our simple designs radiate a deep history. What items would you like to see with this novel design emblazoned on it?

Galatians 5:22 serves as the inspiration for the designs created at 522Motifs.com. There we find the phrase “fruit of the spirit.” Imagine a tree bearing love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. It’s easy to think of these fruits as some of the “better angels of our nature” as well. However you conceive of them, the world needs us to exhibit them in our own lives. “Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me.” Those familiar lyrics would be beautiful with any one of the better angels standing in for the word “peace.” Against such things there is no law…

The designs come in eight colors: red, white, blue, pink, purple, orange, green and black. Notice in the design above – Orange enso | Japanese kanji symbol for love T-Shirt – you see one of the many items on which the kanji love and accompanying design elements appear.

The Japanese symbol for love, or kanji for love, acts as the centerpiece for the various designs available. The love kanji is surrounded in the assorted designs by…

• an enso circle (also called a zen circle)
• a half enso symbol
• a Japanese family crest or Japanese kamon circle (or mon)
• a thin circle
• nothing…just the kanji

The English word for love appears brushed in to the design as well. Brush script provides a certain aesthetic to the available designs. The brushed kanji is typical of Japanese calligraphy.

The Japanese imported the characters, called “kanji” in Japanese, from China over 1,000 years ago. So you might say that these designs display Chinese calligraphy too. Much history lives on in the characters and pictures as well. When you look at the symbols for human, horse, tree, mountain, river and more, you can see a trace of pictographs enduring in the characters.

Pink enso | Japanese kanji symbol for love T-Shirt

Designs inspired by a letter written in the first century and characters whose ancestry goes back at least to that period. You could say that our simple designs radiate a deep history. What items would you like to see with this novel design emblazoned on it?

Galatians 5:22 serves as the inspiration for the designs created at 522Motifs.com. There we find the phrase “fruit of the spirit.” Imagine a tree bearing love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. It’s easy to think of these fruits as some of the “better angels of our nature” as well. However you conceive of them, the world needs us to exhibit them in our own lives. “Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me.” Those familiar lyrics would be beautiful with any one of the better angels standing in for the word “peace.” Against such things there is no law…

The designs come in eight colors: red, white, blue, pink, purple, orange, green and black. Notice in the design above – Pink enso | Japanese kanji symbol for love T-Shirt – you see one of the many items on which the kanji love and accompanying design elements appear.

The Japanese symbol for love, or kanji for love, acts as the centerpiece for the various designs available. The love kanji is surrounded in the assorted designs by…

• an enso circle (also called a zen circle)
• a half enso symbol
• a Japanese family crest or Japanese kamon circle (or mon)
• a thin circle
• nothing…just the kanji

The English word for love appears brushed in to the design as well. Brush script provides a certain aesthetic to the available designs. The brushed kanji is typical of Japanese calligraphy.

The Japanese imported the characters, called “kanji” in Japanese, from China over 1,000 years ago. So you might say that these designs display Chinese calligraphy too. Much history lives on in the characters and pictures as well. When you look at the symbols for human, horse, tree, mountain, river and more, you can see a trace of pictographs enduring in the characters.