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Infinite Wisdom Tattoos


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These tattoos all have the infinity sign in common.  Which is about how long you will have your tattoo (if you get one). These may be reasonable tattoo ideas because they are small, professionally done, and may give the wearer an air of intelligence. I’m not sure an equation on your foot and an evening gown would go together, but who knows??

Definition of INFINITY

Boundless time. endless, continuum, eternity, immeasurable.

Never walk away from failure. On the contrary, study it carefully and imaginatively for its hidden assets.


They may dig up your body two hundred years from now, and your tattoo will still be there! So please, put some thought into the decision!!



A scoffer seeks wisdom and finds none, But knowledge is easy to one who has understanding. (Proverbs 14:6)


A wise person has self-knowledge.

Infinite Arm Tattoo

The basic philosophical definition of wisdom is to make the best use of knowledge.


Wisdom calls aloud in the street. . .

Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens.



“Knowing others is intelligence;

knowing yourself is true wisdom.

Mastering others is strength;

mastering yourself is true power.”

You have to have a darkness…
for the dawn to come.

Love of learning is akin to wisdom

Wisdom involves an integration of knowledge, experience, and a deep understanding that incorporates tolerance for the uncertainties of life, and an appreciation for all individuals and their contribution to the cosmos.


. . .and so on.

A wise person would read everything they can about tattoos and think long and hard before getting one.


18 Responses to Infinite Wisdom Tattoos

  • Jeffrey Smith says:

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    • Manpreet says:

      In short, tattoo’s cannot be on the head, face or neck, cannot represent extremist groups, and cannot be racist or sexist.

    • NinoGanzter says:

      Hi, Thanks for the cnmmeot. I agree that it is rude to stare, and the prejudice exists out there for many people, including those with tattoos. My boyfriend has several tattoos, although I do not have any. I think it’s a personal choice, and while you may not do it to get noticed, some people do. I think the stigmas attached to women with tattoos are, like any other stigma, deeply rooted in society’s subconscious, and with time, those ideas will evolve and change But it will take time! Also, the staring (although rude) may not be meant offensively. Some people just love body art, and may be appreciating yours.

    • Mayco says:

      Just type in free tatoto designs . You will prolly get at least a million hits. Pat Fish is a good one tho. Why not do something a little more personal? Have an artist friend design something for you. Or, you could draw up something yourself. Any reputable artist will work with you on getting the design just right. If artist is not willing to work with you, you need find a new one. Another website you might try is It lists many of the top tatoto artists in the world. At least when you go there, you will be able to determine what kind of style you are looking for. And maybe you will see something you really like and you can do your own take on that design. I got lucky. I found a great artist to my first professional’ tatoto. She found a picture of what I wanted and she put her own spin it. It’s perfect for me. I trust her work so much that I gave her an idea for a calf sleeve and told her to run with it. She has free reign of design and color. I hope you will find an artist that will be willing to the same for you. Best wishes and keep us posted!

    • Silvana says:

      They are all so good but I think #13 and #18 hit me the most.#13 A lot of times I try to figure out why plepoe do the things they do but I need to realize they have had a different journey. #18 I agree.. it it doesn’t kill you… and of course the one about chocolate!

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    • Huma says:

      they may be some sort of make up you could use but as for the cerams im not sure a friend of mine has a tattoo of a butterfly on her hip and she hates it now. shes tried most cerams going but none have made much difference.and scott d is right dont sacrifice your ink for a sounds to me like you dont really want to get rid of them.its your body dont let other peoples beliefs pressure you into doing something you dont really want to do, im sure a great job oppourtunity will come up and the employer will understand about your tattoos.

  • Nicole says:

    Have been in Tibet a few times and nteciod that tattoos are very rare there. On a trip to Tibet this summer I asked several people about tattoos and got the same response. they are rare because . if you want to have your body disposed of through sky burial’ (where bodies are fed to the birds) the monks first cut off any part of your skin that has a tattoo on it, and burn it, before the corpse can be fed to the birds just saying guys so please lets not put words into the mouths of Tibetans tattoos are rare there, and not well accepted

  • Neil says:

    people are gonna tell you that the foot hurts SO bad it’s the most paufnil spot blah blah blah. but i got my foot done on thursday, it was a piece of cake. honestly, not bad at all. now it was my first tattoo so i have nothing to compare it to, but really i was barely in pain. it was mostly just annoying. it started to hurt towards the end but i think that’s cuz i was just getting sick of it.anyways i don’t know about the recovery time since i just got mine. but i felt like commenting because so many people on here say that the pain for foot tattooes is like unbearable, it had me really scared but it was totally not that bad. so i just felt like telling you that it’s definitely nothing that can’t be tolerated.

  • Andrew says:

    You’re wcleome.Just be usre to be really, really careful pick something timeless, and not trendy. This is for real, and permanent. You don’t want something you’ll regret when you’re 50, and yes, some day, you’ll be 50.I’m already planning my next ink. Ms. Parker,I’m 17 and will be 18 on July 15th. the first thing that i will do as an adult is getting a tattoo. I am psyched, have picked out my design, and everything. But, I didn’t really know the basic tips. So, thank you on two counts. First, for your very informative tips. Second, for the tattoo part II, i know exactly what that problem is like. i have a similar issue on my nether-regions. so, the tattoo in part, is to make myself feel beautiful (not that im getting it there), i just want a piece of work that is both personal and will take my mind off of the pain of not being able to walk painlessly most days. i little pick me up, you might say.So, thank you, for the tips and sharing your story.

  • Saminu says:

    Howdy : )Why women and men (society in general) still pre-judge lppoee with tats. women especially?I’m a twenty six year old F, have 9 tattoos, many of which cannot be spotted on my daily travels. 5 6 during the warm months are pretty much constantly on display. I do not aim for notice and I have a loving boyfriend Without TATTOOS .I get the impression that many lppoee believe that tattooed persons are blind, once we get stared at, even if we return a glance lppoee keep on staring. When will society change?

    • Shailendra says:

      Those are very cool! See between that and wiahctng Miami Ink all night, it is a very bad influence on me. It makes me want to get tattooed! thankfully i haven’t seen the picture i want yet, or i may have to actually figure out another excuse to avoid the fear. heh.Very nice work!

  • Vincenzo says:

    In college I was ntiadg this guy who hated tattoos. However, I always wanted one on my foot (because it could be easily covered or shown if I wanted to). But since I was ntiadg this guy I never got it. He broke up with me and two months later I went and got the tattoo. Now every time I look at it I am reminded that I have to live for myself and make my own decisions in life. I can respect that Stan doesn’t like the tattoos but at the end of the day you have to do what makes you happy. And any person who is worth being with will except without preconditions!

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