As we see farther into the universe and meet innumerable beings, some might ask "how can I have compassion for these beings who I do not even understand?". An answer could be "one does not need to understand the language or metabolic requirements of another being to accept their suffering". Such universal understanding may not be possible, but universal compassion is a stone on the path of enlightenment.
Some faiths adapted to humankind's spread through the galaxy better than others. Keisho, a monk of the NeoBuddhist Temple of the Four Noble Truths, lives among the poor and exploited in the filthy spaceport of Dropfall. There he seeks to relieve worldly affliction and teach the dharma to any sentients, human or otherwise, who seek it.
I first mentioned this guy in passing in a previous post, and when I saw 15mm.co.uk now has a monk figure available, I thought it was almost perfect, though I did add a sort of breather pack to make him more sci-fi.
|"So... you're saying letting go of attachments can become an attachment?"|
What, art thou drawn among these heartless hinds?
Turn thee, Benvolio, look upon thy death.
A slightly converted 15mm.co.uk figure. I think Spacejacker did a much better job on these guys, no surprise there.
|Picking up cargo on Ord Mantell, Han and Chewie run into another of Jabba's hired guns.|