See No evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. (Bare Bears) Fragrance: The Great Outdoors.
If we (I include myself) can stop our constant judgment of others and ourselves we are already doing a great service to the world we live in. These soaps are created for Valley View Recreation Club of Wisconsin. They are a Nudist organization that I fortunately answered a craft fair invite for vendors. When I found out it was a nudist club, I thought, “heck ya, that’s outside of my everyday – let’s do it!” So I will be at a bike race, run and volleyball tournament this summer with them. Try something new!
Usually these are monkeys, but we have “Bare Bears”. (1) Mizaru, covering his eyes, who sees no evil; (2) Kikazaru, covering his ears, who hears no evil; and (3) Iwazaru, covering his mouth, who speaks no evil. The source that popularized this pictorial maxim is a carving over a door of the Sacred Stable at the famous temple in Nikko, Japan (carved in the 17th Century). However, the maxim probably originally came with Buddhism from India via China in the 8th Century (associated with Vadjra who taught that if we do not hear, see or speak evil, then we will be spared evil).