Forgiven in Chinese / Japanese...

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  1. Forgiveness

  2. Begging Forgiveness

  3. Forgiveness

  4. Please Forgive Me

  5. God Forgive Me

  6. Forgive

  7. Compassion

  8. Forgive

  9. Sorry / Apology

10. Forgive

11. Forgive and Forget

12. Forgive Yourself

13. Forgive Yourself / Release Yourself

14. Forgive Me of My Sins

15. The Lord's Prayer / Mathew 6:9-13

16. The Lord's Prayer / Luke 11:2-4


shù
Forgiveness Scroll

恕 means to forgive, show mercy, absolve, or excuse in Chinese and Korean Hanja (though mostly used in compound words in Korean).

恕 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".

Begging Forgiveness

ráo shù
Begging Forgiveness Scroll

This Chinese word is a kind of forgiveness that you would beg for like a servant begging a master.

This can also be the forgiveness that a person would beg from the king or God.

饒恕 suggests that this is forgiveness for something really bad (a terrible crime or sin).

Forgiveness (from the top down)

róng shè
you sha
Forgiveness (from the top down) Scroll

容赦 is the kind of forgiveness that a king might give to his subjects for crimes or wrong-doings.

容赦 is a rather high-level forgiveness. Meaning that it goes from a higher level to lower (not the reverse).

Alone, the first character can mean "to bear", "to allow" and/or "to tolerate", and the second can mean "to forgive", "to pardon" and/or "to excuse".

When you put both characters together, you get forgiveness, pardon, mercy, leniency, or going easy (on someone).


See Also:  Benevolence

Please Forgive Me

qíng yuán liàng
Please Forgive Me Scroll

If you are looking for forgiveness, this is what you would say to ask/beg for it.


Note: This is a strange thing to write on a wall scroll for Chinese people - but you can bend the rules if you want in the west.

Please Forgive Me

oyurushi wo
Please Forgive Me Scroll

お許しを is how to write, "Please Forgive Me", in Japanese.

Often, Japanese Christians will add "God" (Kamisama) in front of this.


Note: Because this selection contains some special Japanese Hiragana characters, it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.

God Forgive Me

kami sama o yuru shi wo
God Forgive Me Scroll

神様お許しを is how to write, "God Forgive Me", in Japanese.

There is an essence of humble begging or "please" implied in this phrase.


Note: Because this selection contains some special Japanese Hiragana characters, it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.

liàng
Forgive Scroll

This single character means "forgive" in Chinese.

In Korean, this kind of means forgive but also has slightly different definitions of consider, excuse, faithful or believe.

tóng qíng
dou jou
Compassion Scroll

These two characters mean compassion and sympathy in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, which makes this word universal.

Compassion is caring and understanding someone is hurt or troubled (even if you don't know them). It is wanting to help, even if all you can do is listen and say kind words. You forgive mistakes. You are a friend when someone needs a friend.


See Also:  Caring | Kindness

yuán liàng
Forgive Scroll

This two-character word means "forgive" in Chinese.

It can also be defined as "to pardon" or "to excuse". 原諒 is kind of a general forgiveness.

Sorry / Apology

duì bù qǐ
Sorry / Apology Scroll

對不起 is how Chinese people say "I'm sorry", "pardon me", or "forgive me".

對不起 is the most common phrase to apologize for everything from bumping into someone to breaking someone's heart. Basically, it's used in the same way we use "sorry" for many situations.


Note: This is a strange thing to write on a wall scroll for Chinese people - but you can bend the rules if you want in the west.

Forgive

Deep heartfelt forgiveness

kuān shù
kan jo
Forgive Scroll

This two-character word of Chinese origin means forgive or forgiveness.

寬恕 is a deep kind of forgiveness from the bottom of your heart.

In a religious context, this is the kind of forgiveness that you beg God for and that God grants you.

In Korean Hanja, this can also be defined as forbearance or leniency.

In Japanese Kanji, beyond forgiveness, this can also mean magnanimity or generosity.

While we don't actively recommend Asian tattoos, this would be the forgiveness title which is best for a tattoo in most cases.


寛 Note: The first character can also be written in the form shown to the right (especially in Japanese). If you have a preference, please let us know in the "special instructions" when you place your order.

Forgive and Forget

lüè jì yuán qíng
Forgive and Forget Scroll

This Chinese proverb means, "to overlook past faults", or "forgive and forget".

It's more literally, "Abridge or make small the scars from your past emotions". Basically, you should let it go.

The character breakdown:
略 (lüè) abbreviation; omission; abridge.
跡 (jī) ruins; scar; traces.
原 (yuán) former.
情 (qíng) feeling; emotion.

Forgive and Forget

Confucian Proverb

bú niàn jiù è
Forgive and Forget Scroll

This Chinese proverb can be translated as, "Do not recall old grievances", or more simply as, "Forgive and forget".

The character breakdown:
不 (bù) not; no; don't.
念 (niàn) read aloud.
舊 (jiù) old; former.
惡 (è) wicked deeds; grievances; sins.

This proverb comes from the Analects of Confucius.

Forgive and Forget

Water Under the Bridge

mizu ni naga su
Forgive and Forget Scroll

水に流す is a Japanese proverb which suggests that "water continues to flow".

It's similar to our English phrase, "Water under the bridge". The perceived meaning is, "Forgive and forget".

I have also seen this translated as, "Don't cry over spilled milk".


Note: Because this selection contains some special Japanese Hiragana characters, it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.

Forgive Yourself

yuán liàng zì jǐ
Forgive Yourself Scroll

原諒自己 is how to write "forgive yourself" in Chinese.

The first two characters mean, "to excuse", "to forgive", or "to pardon".

The last two characters mean, "self" (reflexive pronoun), "yourself", or "oneself".

Forgive Yourself / Release Yourself

ware o yuru su
Forgive Yourself / Release Yourself Scroll

我を許す is how to write "forgive yourself" in Japanese.

The first two characters mean, "regarding myself".

The last two characters mean, "to forgive", "to excuse (from)", "to pardon", "to release", "to let off", "to permit", "to allow", and/or "to approve".


Note: Because this selection contains some special Japanese Hiragana characters, it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.

Forgive Me of My Sins

yuán liàng wǒ de zuì niè
Forgive Me of My Sins Scroll

原諒我的罪孽 is a religious phrase, which means exactly what the title suggests.


See Also:  Christian

The Lord's Prayer / Mathew 6:9-13

wǒ men zài tiān shàng de fù yuàn rén dōu zūn nǐ de míng wèi shèng yuàn nǐ de guó jiàng lín yuàn nǐ de zhǐ yì xíng zài dì shàng rú tóng xíng zài tiān shàng wǒ men rì yòng de yǐn shí jīn rì cì gěi wǒ men miǎn wǒ men de zhài rú tóng wǒ men miǎn le rén de zhài bù jiào wǒ men yù jiàn shì tàn jiù wǒ men tuō lí xiōng è yīn wèi guó dù quán bǐng róng yào quán shì nǐ de zhí dào yǒng yuǎn ā men
The Lord's Prayer / Mathew 6:9-13 Scroll

Here is the Lord's Prayer in Chinese from Mathew 6:9-13.

The Chinese text with punctuation is:
Part of 6:9 ...我们在天上的父,愿人都尊你的名为圣。
6:10 愿你的国降临,愿你的旨意行在地上,如同行在天上。
6:11 我们日用的饮食,今日赐给我们。
6:12 免我们的债,如同我们免了人的债。
6:13 不叫我们遇见试探,救我们脱离凶恶,因为国度,权柄,荣耀,全是你的,直到永远,阿们。
Note that punctuation is not included in traditional Chinese calligraphy artwork.

From KJV, this is:
Part of 6:9 ...Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.
6:10 Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.
6:11 Give us this day our daily bread.
6:12 And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.
6:13 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen.

The Lord's Prayer / Luke 11:2-4

wǒ men zài tiān shàng de fù yǒu gǔ juǎn zhǐ zuò fù ā yuàn rén dōu zūn nǐ de míng wèi shèng yuàn nǐ de guó jiàng lín yuàn nǐ de zhǐ yì xíng zài dì shàng rú tóng xíng zài tiān shàng yǒu gǔ juǎn wú yuàn nǐ de zhǐ yì yún yún wǒ men rì yòng de yǐn shí tiān tiān cì gěi wǒ men shè miǎn wǒ men de zuì yīn wèi wǒ men yě shè miǎn fán kuī qiàn wǒ men de rén bù jiào wǒ men yù jiàn shì tàn jiù wǒ men tuō lí xiōng è yǒu gǔ juǎn wú mò jù
The Lord's Prayer / Luke 11:2-4 Scroll

Here is the Lord's Prayer in Chinese from Luke 11:2-4.

The Chinese text with punctuation is:
Part of 11:2 ...我们在天上的父,有古卷只作父阿愿人都尊你的名为圣。愿你的国降临。愿你的旨意行在地上,如同行在天上。有古卷无愿你的旨意云云。
11:3 我们日用的饮食,天天赐给我们。
11:4 赦免我们的罪,因为我们也赦免凡亏欠我们的人。不叫我们遇见试探。救我们脱离凶恶。有古卷无末句。
Note that punctuation is not included in traditional Chinese calligraphy artwork.

From KJV, this is:
Part of 11:2 ...Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, as in heaven, so in earth.
11:3 Give us day by day our daily bread.
11:4 And forgive us our sins; for we also forgive every one that is indebted to us. And lead us not into temptation; but deliver us from evil.


The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji (Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Forgivenessshù / shu4 / shu
Begging Forgiveness饒恕
饶恕
ráo shù / rao2 shu4 / rao shu / raoshujao shu / jaoshu
Forgiveness (from the top down)容赦you sha / yousha / yo sharóng shè / rong2 she4 / rong she / rongshejung she / jungshe
Please Forgive Me請原諒
请原谅
qíng yuán liàng
qing2 yuan2 liang4
qing yuan liang
qingyuanliang
ch`ing yüan liang
chingyüanliang
ching yüan liang
Please Forgive Meお許しをoyurushi wo
oyurushiwo
God Forgive Me神様お許しをkami sama o yuru shi wo
kamisamaoyurushiwo
Forgive
liàng / liang4 / liang
Compassion同情dou jou / doujou / do jotóng qíng
tong2 qing2
tong qing
tongqing
t`ung ch`ing
tungching
tung ching
Forgive原諒
原谅
yuán liàng
yuan2 liang4
yuan liang
yuanliang
yüan liang
yüanliang
Sorry
Apology
對不起
对不起
duì bù qǐ
dui4 bu4 qi3
dui bu qi
duibuqi
tui pu ch`i
tuipuchi
tui pu chi
Forgive寬恕 / 寛恕
宽恕
kan jo / kanjokuān shù / kuan1 shu4 / kuan shu / kuanshuk`uan shu / kuanshu / kuan shu
Forgive and Forget略跡原情
略迹原情
lüè jì yuán qíng
lve4 ji4 yuan2 qing2
lve ji yuan qing
lvejiyuanqing
chi yüan ch`ing
chiyüanching
chi yüan ching
Forgive and Forget不念舊惡
不念旧恶
bú niàn jiù è
bu2 nian4 jiu4 e4
bu nian jiu e
bunianjiue
pu nien chiu o
punienchiuo
Forgive and Forget水に流すmizu ni naga su
mizuninagasu
Forgive Yourself原諒自己
原谅自己
yuán liàng zì jǐ
yuan2 liang4 zi4 ji3
yuan liang zi ji
yuanliangziji
yüan liang tzu chi
yüanliangtzuchi
Forgive Yourself
Release Yourself
我を許すware o yuru su
wareoyurusu
Forgive Me of My Sins原諒我的罪孽
原谅我的罪孽
yuán liàng wǒ de zuì niè
yuan2 liang4 wo3 de zui4 nie4
yuan liang wo de zui nie
yuanliangwodezuinie
yüan liang wo te tsui nieh
yüanliangwotetsuinieh
The Lord's Prayer
Mathew 6:9-13
我們在天上的父願人都尊你的名為聖願你的國降臨願你的旨意行在地上如同行在天上我們日用的飲食今日賜給我們免我們的債如同我們免了人的債不叫我們遇見試探救我們脫離凶惡因為國度權柄榮耀全是你的直到永遠阿們
我们在天上的父愿人都尊你的名为圣愿你的国降临愿你的旨意行在地上如同行在天上我们日用的饮食今日赐给我们免我们的债如同我们免了人的债不叫我们遇见试探救我们脱离凶恶因为国度权柄荣耀全是你的直到永远阿们
wǒ men zài tiān shàng de fù yuàn rén dōu zūn nǐ de míng wèi shèng yuàn nǐ de guó jiàng lín yuàn nǐ de zhǐ yì xíng zài dì shàng rú tóng xíng zài tiān shàng wǒ men rì yòng de yǐn shí jīn rì cì gěi wǒ men miǎn wǒ men de zhài rú tóng wǒ men miǎn le rén de zhài bù jiào wǒ men yù jiàn shì tàn jiù wǒ men tuō lí xiōng è yīn wèi guó dù quán bǐng róng yào quán shì nǐ de zhí dào yǒng yuǎn ā men
wo3 men zai4 tian1 shang4 de fu4 yuan4 ren2 dou1 zun1 ni3 de ming2 wei4 sheng4 yuan4 ni3 de guo2 jiang4 lin2 yuan4 ni3 de zhi3 yi4 xing2 zai4 di4 shang4 ru2 tong2 xing2 zai4 tian1 shang4 wo3 men ri4 yong4 de yin3 shi2 jin1 ri4 ci4 gei3 wo3 men mian3 wo3 men de zhai4 ru2 tong2 wo3 men mian3 le ren2 de zhai4 bu4 jiao4 wo3 men yu4 jian4 shi4 tan4 jiu4 wo3 men tuo1 li2 xiong1 e4 yin1 wei4 guo2 du4 quan2 bing3 rong2 yao4 quan2 shi4 ni3 de zhi2 dao4 yong3 yuan3 a1 men
wo men zai tian shang de fu yuan ren dou zun ni de ming wei sheng yuan ni de guo jiang lin yuan ni de zhi yi xing zai di shang ru tong xing zai tian shang wo men ri yong de yin shi jin ri ci gei wo men mian wo men de zhai ru tong wo men mian le ren de zhai bu jiao wo men yu jian shi tan jiu wo men tuo li xiong e yin wei guo du quan bing rong yao quan shi ni de zhi dao yong yuan a men
wo men tsai t`ien shang te fu yüan jen tou tsun ni te ming wei sheng yüan ni te kuo chiang lin yüan ni te chih i hsing tsai ti shang ju t`ung hsing tsai t`ien shang wo men jih yung te yin shih chin jih tz`u kei wo men mien wo men te chai ju t`ung wo men mien le jen te chai pu chiao wo men yü chien shih t`an chiu wo men t`o li hsiung o yin wei kuo tu ch`üan ping jung yao ch`üan shih ni te chih tao yung yüan a men
wo men tsai tien shang te fu yüan jen tou tsun ni te ming wei sheng yüan ni te kuo chiang lin yüan ni te chih i hsing tsai ti shang ju tung hsing tsai tien shang wo men jih yung te yin shih chin jih tzu kei wo men mien wo men te chai ju tung wo men mien le jen te chai pu chiao wo men yü chien shih tan chiu wo men to li hsiung o yin wei kuo tu chüan ping jung yao chüan shih ni te chih tao yung yüan a men
The Lord's Prayer
Luke 11:2-4
我們在天上的父有古卷隻作父阿願人都尊你的名為聖願你的國降臨願你的旨意行在地上如同行在天上有古卷無願你的旨意雲雲我們日用的飲食天天賜給我們赦免我們的罪因為我們也赦免凡虧欠我們的人不叫我們遇見試探救我們脫離凶惡有古卷無末句
我们在天上的父有古卷只作父阿愿人都尊你的名为圣愿你的国降临愿你的旨意行在地上如同行在天上有古卷无愿你的旨意云云我们日用的饮食天天赐给我们赦免我们的罪因为我们也赦免凡亏欠我们的人不叫我们遇见试探救我们脱离凶恶有古卷无末句
wǒ men zài tiān shàng de fù yǒu gǔ juǎn zhǐ zuò fù ā yuàn rén dōu zūn nǐ de míng wèi shèng yuàn nǐ de guó jiàng lín yuàn nǐ de zhǐ yì xíng zài dì shàng rú tóng xíng zài tiān shàng yǒu gǔ juǎn wú yuàn nǐ de zhǐ yì yún yún wǒ men rì yòng de yǐn shí tiān tiān cì gěi wǒ men shè miǎn wǒ men de zuì yīn wèi wǒ men yě shè miǎn fán kuī qiàn wǒ men de rén bù jiào wǒ men yù jiàn shì tàn jiù wǒ men tuō lí xiōng è yǒu gǔ juǎn wú mò jù
wo3 men zai4 tian1 shang4 de fu4 you3 gu3 juan3 zhi3 zuo4 fu4 a1 yuan4 ren2 dou1 zun1 ni3 de ming2 wei4 sheng4 yuan4 ni3 de guo2 jiang4 lin2 yuan4 ni3 de zhi3 yi4 xing2 zai4 di4 shang4 ru2 tong2 xing2 zai4 tian1 shang4 you3 gu3 juan3 wu2 yuan4 ni3 de zhi3 yi4 yun2 yun2 wo3 men ri4 yong4 de yin3 shi2 tian1 tian1 ci4 gei3 wo3 men she4 mian3 wo3 men de zui4 yin1 wei4 wo3 men ye3 she4 mian3 fan2 kui1 qian4 wo3 men de ren2 bu4 jiao4 wo3 men yu4 jian4 shi4 tan4 jiu4 wo3 men tuo1 li2 xiong1 e4 you3 gu3 juan3 wu2 mo4 ju4
wo men zai tian shang de fu you gu juan zhi zuo fu a yuan ren dou zun ni de ming wei sheng yuan ni de guo jiang lin yuan ni de zhi yi xing zai di shang ru tong xing zai tian shang you gu juan wu yuan ni de zhi yi yun yun wo men ri yong de yin shi tian tian ci gei wo men she mian wo men de zui yin wei wo men ye she mian fan kui qian wo men de ren bu jiao wo men yu jian shi tan jiu wo men tuo li xiong e you gu juan wu mo ju
wo men tsai t`ien shang te fu yu ku chüan chih tso fu a yüan jen tou tsun ni te ming wei sheng yüan ni te kuo chiang lin yüan ni te chih i hsing tsai ti shang ju t`ung hsing tsai t`ien shang yu ku chüan wu yüan ni te chih i yün yün wo men jih yung te yin shih t`ien t`ien tz`u kei wo men she mien wo men te tsui yin wei wo men yeh she mien fan k`uei ch`ien wo men te jen pu chiao wo men yü chien shih t`an chiu wo men t`o li hsiung o yu ku chüan wu mo chü
wo men tsai tien shang te fu yu ku chüan chih tso fu a yüan jen tou tsun ni te ming wei sheng yüan ni te kuo chiang lin yüan ni te chih i hsing tsai ti shang ju tung hsing tsai tien shang yu ku chüan wu yüan ni te chih i yün yün wo men jih yung te yin shih tien tien tzu kei wo men she mien wo men te tsui yin wei wo men yeh she mien fan kuei chien wo men te jen pu chiao wo men yü chien shih tan chiu wo men to li hsiung o yu ku chüan wu mo chü
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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The Lord's Prayer / Luke 11:2-4 Scroll
The Lord's Prayer / Luke 11:2-4 Scroll
The Lord's Prayer / Luke 11:2-4 Scroll
The Lord's Prayer / Luke 11:2-4 Scroll


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A nice Chinese calligraphy wall scroll

The wall scroll that Sandy is holding in this picture is a "large size"
single-character wall scroll.
We also offer custom wall scrolls in small, medium, and an even-larger jumbo size.

A professional Chinese Calligrapher

Professional calligraphers are getting to be hard to find these days.
Instead of drawing characters by hand, the new generation in China merely type roman letters into their computer keyboards and pick the character that they want from a list that pops up.

There is some fear that true Chinese calligraphy may become a lost art in the coming years. Many art institutes in China are now promoting calligraphy programs in hopes of keeping this unique form of art alive.

Trying to learn Chinese calligrapher - a futile effort

Even with the teachings of a top-ranked calligrapher in China, my calligraphy will never be good enough to sell. I will leave that to the experts.

A high-ranked Chinese master calligrapher that I met in Zhongwei

The same calligrapher who gave me those lessons also attracted a crowd of thousands and a TV crew as he created characters over 6-feet high. He happens to be ranked as one of the top 100 calligraphers in all of China. He is also one of very few that would actually attempt such a feat.


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