A Matter of Strength in the Far East
Kanji is one of three alphabets used in Japan, with its roots in the Chinese alphabet. Words are not composed of letters, but rather ideograms, each of which has a meaning. For example, flowing like water means poetry, and a figure of a woman and a man in a box means marriage. The Kanji alphabet contains almost 20,000 ideograms including Chi Ka Ra; representing physical strength and endurance, this form is reminiscent of muscles that are being flexed.
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Whether it is ninjas, karate, or Bruce Lee movies, for many years we have witnessed how resistant Far Easterners are to pain. Our references are solid! Our symbol, with its 3000 year old history, has deep roots. From this point on it is all up to you. With Kanji there is no pain in your life grasshopper!
With this symbol representing power, this is a good gift for those close to you who have experienced illness, an accident, or any kind of suffering in their lives, as a way of saying “Get well soon” in order to reflect your best wishes for their resilience and a quick recovery. When you think of an “illness gift, get well soon gift, 'Mashallah' gift, Valentine's Day gift, anniversary gift, birthday gift” this is the first thing that comes to mind.