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Escultura de los tres sabios robert's

"No veas ningún mal, no oigas ningún mal, no hables mal.

Este dicho es el verdadero significado de los tres monos sabios, y su función es protegerte de los malos pensamientos y acciones.

Por si alguien aún no lo sabe, hay un símbolo que representa un proverbio asiático: los tres monos sabios, tapándose los ojos, oídos y boca, respectivamente, con las manos.

En Japón, los tres monos sabios representan un dicho popular: Mizaru, Kikazaru, Iwazaru. Ver (sin maldad), oír (sin maldad), hablar (sin maldad). Para aquellos que no estén familiarizados con la filosofía oriental, esto puede parecer un no al coraje civil. Y, sin embargo, la máxima significa lo contrario.

El proverbio se remonta al filósofo chino Confucio. Hace unos 2.500 años, abogó por la benevolencia y el sentido moral. No te dejes influir por el mal, mejor aún, evita el mal por completo para no contagiarte. Sin embargo, esto no significa que deba mirar para otro lado cuando otros necesitan ayuda, ¡al contrario! Después de todo, el bienestar del estado y la sociedad estaba en el corazón de la filosofía confuciana.

Sculpture of Three the 3 wise robert's

"See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.

This saying is the true meaning of the three wise monkeys, and their role is to protect you from evil thoughts and actions.

In case anyone doesn't already know, there is a symbol representing an Asian proverb: the three wise monkeys, covering their eyes, ears and mouth, respectively, with their hands

In Japan, the three wise monkeys represent a popular saying: Mizaru, Kikazaru, Iwazaru. To see (without evil), to hear (without evil), to speak (without evil). For those unfamiliar with Eastern philosophy, this may sound like a no to civil courage. And yet the maxim means the opposite.

The proverb goes back to the Chinese philosopher Confucius. Some 2,500 years ago, he advocated benevolence and a moral sense. Do not be influenced by evil, better yet, avoid evil altogether so as not to be infected by it. This does not mean, however, that you should look the other way when others need help, on the contrary! After all, the welfare of state and society was at the heart of Confucian philosophy.

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Layer 0.24, print speed 60mm/s and layer start points in X:110 Y: 200.

  • 3D file format: STL

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