The famous proverb may trail back to a long time back, and many people have since try to explain the meaning of this proverb. There are 2 particular meanings are more relevant to my situation, and the real reason I came up with this.
(Source from wikipeidia)
# Others believe the message is that a person who is not exposed to evil (through sight or sound) will not reflect that evil in their own speech and actions.
# Today “See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil” is commonly used to describe someone who doesn’t want to be involved in a situation, or someone willfully turning a blind eye to the immorality of an act in which they are involved.
Let’s say I am leaning more towards the 2nd definition, I really want to be uninvolved in a situation, alright, I am also willfully turning a blind eye to what’s happening in that place, but really, it’s not immoral, it’s just messy, noisy, and unreasonable to me.
I could have used the monkey design I already have in store, but I decide to de-complicate things, and prefer to do up a simplified and easy pattern, yet not losing the cuteness. Monkey design takes quite a bit of time to finish due to the many body parts, at this point, I need to feel accomplished in shorter time.
Since they are all based on one similar design, I priced this pattern as the same as the usual single pattern price. This is quite an easy design that is suitable for new learner to work with.
See no evil, by choosing not to view some materials, we are refusing to support evil spreading fast, especially on the www. (haven’t we seen too much of a scandals nowadays?)
Hear no evil – some words are spiteful and hurtful, maybe we don’t have to take them all in, and still able to retain the good old smile and dance a happier pace.
Speak no evil – words can sometimes hurt more than a physical punch, the pain that is inflicted may sometimes be permanent.
This is how the DiDis journey begins here with me. With some messy sketches, they started to form in real shapes in my congested mind. I planned to make them with legs, or frills, or dresses, then I thought, sometimes less is more.
The photos of the 3 little Didis are taken using my new DSLR, but to be honest, I am no pro, as a matter of fact, I am more amateur than an amateur. I am quite happy with the end result though, although I think I would be happy to get the dedicated lens to see if it produces better result.
For now, I am living with content with the present kit set I have.