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3. Benevolent and Skilled Doctor
4. Loving Heart / One’s Love
| 5. Good Heart|
6. Loving Heart / Compassion
慈悲の心 means benevolent heart, compassionate heart, or merciful heart in Japanese.
慈悲の心 is a Japanese-only phrase, and should be ordered from our Japanese master calligrapher. 慈悲の心 is because the third character is special Hiragana.
Chances are you are into Inuyasha and are seeking the title of chapter 471 which is often translated as "Merciful Heart."
This phrase celebrates the benevolence, skill, and service to his/her patients.
Here's a breakdown of the characters:
妙手 miào shǒu admirable skill in curing disease (when used in reference to doctors).
仁心 rén xīn kindheartedness, charity, benevolent heart.
悬壶济世 xuán hú jì shì practice medicine or pharmacy to help the people or public.
This literally means "loving heart." It can also be translated as "one's love" or "awakening of love."
戀心 is used exclusively for love between boyfriends and girlfriends or husband and wife.
Breaking down the meaning by each Kanji, the first means love, affection, or tender passion. The second Kanji means heart, mind, or soul (most will read it as heart).
This literally reads, "Good Heart" but is used to refer to the ideas of kindness, benevolence, philanthropy, virtuous intentions, moral sense, and conscience.
Some will also translate this as morality of mind (as the character for heart is often used to mean mind).
In Japanese, this can be the given name Yoshinaka.
Caring is giving love and attention to people and things that matter to you and anyone who is in need of help. When you care about people, you help them. You do a careful job, giving your very best effort. You treat people and things gently and respectfully. Caring makes the world a safer place.
關心 means caring in Chinese, and is also a word in Korean Hanja but with more of a flavor or "taking an interest" and "concern."
Note, this is also a word in Korean Hanja but in Korean, it means taking interest or concern. In Korean it's still a good word but it doesn't quite have the "caring for a person" meaning that it does in Chinese.
This character means to forgive, show mercy, absolve, or excuse in Chinese and Korean Hanja (though mostly used in compound words in Korean).
This character incorporates the pictogram of a heart at the bottom, and a woman and a mouth at the top. The heart portion has the most significance, as it is suggested that it is the heart's nature to forgive.
In Asian culture, as with most other cultures, forgiveness is an act of benevolence and altruism. In forgiving, you put yourself in someone else's shoes and show them the kindness that you would want them to show you. Confucius referred to this quality as "human-heartedness."
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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...
|Title||Characters||Romaji(Romanized Japanese)||Various forms of Romanized Chinese|
|Benevolent Heart||慈悲の心||ji hi no kokoro|
|慈心||jishin||cí xīn / ci2 xin1 / ci xin / cixin||tz`u hsin / tzuhsin / tzu hsin|
|Benevolent and Skilled Doctor||妙手仁心||miào shǒu rén xīn
miao4 shou3 ren2 xin1
miao shou ren xin
|miao shou jen hsin
|Benevolent and Skilled Doctor||妙手仁心懸壺濟世|
|miào shǒu rén xīn xuán hú jì shì
miao4 shou3 ren2 xin1 xuan2 hu2 ji4 shi4
miao shou ren xin xuan hu ji shi
|miao shou jen hsin hsüan hu chi shih|
|koi gokoro / koigokoro|
|Good Heart||善心||yoshinaka||shàn xīn / shan4 xin1 / shan xin / shanxin||shan hsin / shanhsin|
|ài xīn / ai4 xin1 / ai xin / aixin||ai hsin / aihsin|
|guān xīn / guan1 xin1 / guan xin / guanxin||kuan hsin / kuanhsin|
|Forgiveness||恕||shù / shu4 / shu|
|In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.|
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.
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