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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Jin is the benevolence that unites each human being to the other. Gi Right, Action, Duty JIN Benevolence Yuuki-Courage The upper part of Gi represents a sheep, which was the symbol of beauty in ancient China. Gi is to do the right thing. The first is yuu, which means courageous, with the important component of chikara, the symbol for strength.The second kanji is ki or energy. Yuuki means brave, courageous energy. Rei is politeness, respect shown in social behavior. The kanji for rei isa modern abbreviated form, which does not reveal very much of the ancient character. The ancient symbol shows a sacrificing vessel that evokes the rites and ceremonies conducted for worshiping and offerings. Jin has two parts stands the character for human, and on the right there are two horizontal strokes which represent the number two. The lower part of Gi is the character for I, with a strong slanting stroke which represents a halberd. Rei Polite-ness or Morality Virtues the many Seven of types MAKOTO Truthfulness The kanji for makoto is composed of two parts: stands the character for to speak, a mouth that produces/makes words. Makoto means truth in word and action, to follow truly the Law of the Universe. Stands the character sei, which means to accomplish, to succeed. MEIYO-Honor The second kanji is yo, which means to praise or to admire, which has the component of to say. The second kanji is yo, which means to praise or to admire, which has the component of to say. Meiyo is to enjoy a good reputation, honor. CHUUGI Loyalty Chuugi has two characters. The first one is chuu which means to be sincere or loyal. This character expresses very well the true meaning of loyalty. We see a heart and on top of it the symbol for middle. Chuu could be understood as no conflict in the heart, faithful to what is felt in the heart. The second kanji is gi, which means right action or duty Chuugi is to act faithfully, to be loyal. By: Valerie Hernandez
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