Writing Peace and Safety Wherever You Go
Rù means to "enter", to "go into", and couldn't be easier to write, only two strokes, pay attention to the order and direction:
The third character Píng literally means "calm", "peaceful", another easy one with only 5 strokes:
That leaves us with the last one Ān, which means calm, still, quiet, safe, secure. Often used together Píng Ān to mean "safe and sound" and "at peace"
And there you have it!
And may the New Year turn out to be a very special one for you
filling each day with peak of health...
abundance of happiness...
and Zen like serenity...
For a more literal translation of HAPPY NEW YEAR, we say:
Xīn Nián Kuài Lè !!!!
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