A spiritual force that could be just as much bad as good. Tattoos Bull Terrier dog I love mom shirt Note that Her name is placed at the center of the tattoo and — if you look closely — slightly capitalized in the tattoo’s calligraphy in the same way that we Capitalise proper nouns in English. It is not mere ‘good fortune’, in the sense of good luck, nor of ‘a fortune’ in the sense of money. This is the goddess of fate and luck. Note, that this literally pagan, absolutely unchristian proverb is placed above — i.e. superior (3) — to the praying hands on his back, and written with the particular late-republican Latin spelling of precisely those Romans that hung Christ on his cross. How to interpret this contradiction? It is not a straightforwardly Christian. One could suggest that the praying hands are supplicating the pagan god of luck.
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It is struck through with a scar. A bullet? A knife scar? Tattoos Bull Terrier dog I love mom shirt Self-inflicted? Perhaps done by an old mafia boss so that a previously Catholic or Protestant cross then resembled the Russian Orthodox ones favored by his last employer. If so, was it a kind of professional badge? Perhaps an accident of fate? (See the image in Nupur Shers’s post below, and make up your own mind. In heraldry, placing images above means ‘more important’ or ‘stronger’. Here, we also have the very word for ‘the strong’ placed in this precise position, redoubling this meaning; Note also that the praying hands are beseeching this pagan, unchristian phrase… begging it to change? Or, praying to that pagan god capitalized directly above the hands.