And the rest (really like how the pin hole ones turned out!) :
My friend you’ve created a battalion, or close to it in terms of origami. But the title has great meaning to it. I shall ponder it the entire day, or most of the day.
I do love the quote. It’s the one thing on my mind as I did this.
And this may be my favourite fold. Everything in it is simple, but brought together it’s a great effect.
Someone has, apparently, been diligent ( or maybe a little obsessive?). Are these lotuses ( lotii, lotus,lotii, lotusi?)
Folded 32 lotus. 8 colours, 4 of each colour. (8 fold path, 4 noble truths).
Good it worked out that way. After the folding the first 15 or so, yeah, a bit repetitive, and maybe a little obsessive but seeing how it turned out, wouldn’t change a thing.
Terrific! Those are beautiful – especially like the first–and the caption–well, absolutely! (Though not so easy!) k.
I just love that quote. Living by it though, yeah it’s hard. But it’s something to strive for.
And I’m glad you like the picture. Took awhile but totally worth it.
Nice quote for sure, and beautiful work on your oragami! The quote reminds me of a verse in Scripture so I guess it is fitting to mention that you must have the “patience of Job” to do so much oragami. 🙂
Thank you for the comment.
The flowers did need patience. They are simple folds, but repetitive. By 15 I was flagging, but hey, finish what you start.
I do love the quote. Buddha’s final words. Couldn’t have got them much better.
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