Note: in “self-exploration” I didn’t use “-tion”. Sometimes with ids I don’t bother to differentiate between nouns and verbs. “Exploration, to explore” there is no important difference. Dropping unnecessary, meaningless distinctions is progress.
Hopefully I’m not wrong about those characters being “shei-shei”. I don’t know Chinese but the they look the same as “sha”, as in “kansha suru”–to appreciate– in Japanese (to my recollection).
Note: I don’t use the question mark over the three dots anymore for why, but a question mark over “cause” or “result”. Also, a small circle above a low lying line is already “day”. “There” is a small circle touching the line. In the case of “day” the line is the surface of the earth; in “there” it is a kind of place indicator.
My latest improvement to “education”. My last one I was dissatisfied with because it could as well have been “learn”. This one works better! The brain (think) with a line under it is “know”, to the right steps with an up arrow. Somehow THIS captures “education” better to me. :-)! Scan0068
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A new id fan, Ahsto Miaso, has been learning ids and making some fine suggestions. One is a short vertical line for the indefinite article, which I have adopted.
A new id fan wrote me an email in ids and I decided to make a post out of my answer.
Improvement for id for “happen”. I like to make progress on ids for important ideas.
A newly (4/8/2017) conceived id for “education”.
This id for “education” seems more accurate than the Latin derived English word, with the components “e”– “out” and “duc”– “lead”.
An afterthought alternative:
Much better–the “final solution”: Scan0068