The art depicts a hand of a Buddhist monk with beads. He chants a mantra for each count of a bead. The practice helps him focus on the mantra, align a physical action with a word, a voice in mind, and its meaning. As he chants and counts, he is completely occupied with the practice; his other senses, too, are distracted, absent from conceptual reality. He is enhanced or primed to capture nature or natural existence. He is alive, in the moment, knowing it all counts.

DESCRIPTION - The concept of time is self-evident. An hour consists of a certain number of minutes, a day of hours and a year of days. Time is represented through change, such as the circular motion of the moon around the earth. The passing of time is indeed closely connected to the concept of space. Don’t waste a second by trying to understand or define it. 

Signed, Numbered & Framed / Framing options available post purchase. 

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