Why not ink your vows on your body, if you have a life-long belief on it? It makes you feel the essence of this power, every moment you look at it. The tattoo gets deep-rooted on your skin; just the same way the vows are deep-rooted in your heart and mind.
Jeremy Dâs trust and respect for Buddhism is very well inked on her body. A âlotusâ tattoo that inspires to get out of that muddy life, and try your best to be pure and strong. It symbolizes that the world is full of dirt, but man should grow out of that and blossom like a beautiful flower. The ‘wheel’ tattoo has eight bars representing the ‘eight-fold path of Buddhism’.
It is indeed the creative thought of a devoted soul.