Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant. You convey complex ideas in these simple drawings, and often manage to convey the underlying moral of the story that the rule’s wording alone may not give so clearly.
An example from the latest post of getting complex ideas across is Bhi.Pac 18; that’s impressive. So is shared Pac 149/71 (showing unreasonable questioning before willingness to follow a rule).
In the last panel, Bhi.Pac 24, the rain falling on a neglected robe conveys the harm done, the ethic behind the rule. Another of these that really struck me as showing the deeper meaning (among many!) was the rule against going to other houses for alms before going to the house of an invitation; the patiently waiting family pictured with everything readied conveyed the likelihood of disappointment for them and the unkindness of casually disregarding their efforts.
I’m also impressed with the tasteful nature of your drawings. Frankly I had wondered what on earth you’d do to show some of these, such as Bhi.Pac 4. I laughed aloud at that one, particularly when I noticed the dilated eyes.
A suggested correction: the rules Bhi.Pac 11-14 define “standing alone w/a man” as standing within hand’s reach, but in drawings 11, 13 & 14 the two of them seem considerably farther apart.
Thank you! Sadhu!