The brush drawings are seed-syllable prayers and non-literal scribbling. They capture the dynamic tensions of calligraphic gesture, while fragmenting the internal boundaries of the larger brush strokes with smaller calligraphic markings, suggesting contemplative instants within the overall theme. Avalokitesvara (Tibetian: Chinrezig, Chinese: Qin Yan), the bodhisattva of compassion expressed as the Sanskrit seed-syllable “Sa” is the subject of several drawings. The seed-syllable drawings, in several sizes, are either left intact or partially or fully cut into strips and then reassembled and allowed to hang free. As they freely move in the flowing air, they become dynamic and kinetic. They randomly and endlessly express their disembodied prayers.