A Daruma doll is a symbol of good luck and perseverance. Usually Darumas come with 2 blank eyes. You fill in one when you make a plan, and fill in the other when you complete it. The awesome 8-bit Daruma skull is a grim reminder that we all die with unfinished goals.
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When you get your item draw in one of the eyes to represent the goal or wish you're currently focused on. Goal achieved? draw in the other eye! Every time someone asks why your shirt (or item) Only has one eye you'll be reminded of your goal.
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One of the top part kangiten is a Buddhist guardian deity. An alias in Japan of Ganesha. At the same time to Hatsukaichi-city of Japan have been enshrined Ganesha, is also the birthplace of the cup and ball. Although it is often portrayed in two of the figure of a bi-only image of Elephant head personal injury Elephant head are hug with Single images and statues of human trafficking, representing the elements of the original Ganesha in the Japanese taste. The Sanskrit characters in the right breast, which represents the kangiten, a tattoo of carp to the left chest. The rat of tribal tattoo is a vehicle in the leg.
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Matryoshka: Set of Russian dolls of decreasing size placed one inside another Daruma Doll: Japanese lucky doll. Paint one eye when asking for a whish, paint the other one when is fulfilled. Oh, and these are zombies! Bodhidharma himself came from the undead!
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