Finally, to conclude last week's projects, this was my creative final for History of Buddhism. The video quality is quite bad at the moment, but there are a lot of edits I need to make once I can catch my breath. It was a bit of a rush job after the drawing part. It was done entirely in chalk (which I must say, actually went a lot better than charcoal.)
The quote is from Shunryu Suzuki, a zen budhist, and author of Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind (great book.) There are a lot of other refferences from mainly Thich Naht Hanh in here as well though, and mostly from the The Heart of Understanding, which was actually my favorite reading. The one I chose was just the best summary of what I was working around.
If there was one sentiment I took from the readings, that I wish I could convey to those I care about, it would be this.