安全

In ancient China and modern China, there were and there are many artists.

There was an artist who saw a woman seated with her legs crossed. [ Female naturally likes legs crossed. ]

In an open-space public function, under the mid-morning sun, she wore a beautiful hat enriched with silk.

Of course, there was a 'silk-khemah' sheltering her as she watched an event.

That artist drew a portrait of this women. Now, this portrait has become simplified in this Chinese word, ... 安

Next to her, the man was a king. King of a dynasty, he was the people's king rather than the subjects of the king. The artist also painted a portrait of him.

The king in Chinese word, 王, therefore, stand below the people or 'ren' or 人. Today, 全 or 'quan' means the 'power of authority'

When the Chinese Premier arrived in Melaka last Sunday, I saw a lot of Vellfire displaying 安全 1, 安全 2, 安全 3, ... and so on.

This morning, I re-look at the factory's banner that read 安全第一 that goes with 'Safety First' and 'Utamakan Keselamatan' ; I realised that,

It takes a King and a Lady wearing hat to be safe.

A thought on 安全, by Daniel.

In a family and in a group of friend, none of us is as smart as all of us. Phil Condit said.

In a family, as husband is not as smart as husband and wife. I say.

So, make love to her. The 3 words, I love you, will do. [ But would she respond by saying, "Really ?" ]

Anyway, for those who are dedicated to family-rebonding today, here is a hand sign, 👍

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