This picture is a combination of Chinese calligraphy with abstract images: good, moon, light, and mountains. The wording of the calligraphy: Good, 好, in grass script style. The seal on the left is an ancient Chinese pictorial word of "moon".
Good moon - bright, gentle, cooling, pure, peaceful and eternal (compassion). A good moon represents many wonderful qualities. It is a symbol of enlightenment. According to the legend, the first king of Shambhala, Suchandra (Tibetan: Dawa Sangpo), requested teaching from the Buddha. In response to his request, the Buddha gave him the teaching of Kalachakra tantra (the Wheel of Time). By practicing the Kalachakra the whole Shambhala became an enlightened society. Suchandra, literally means "Good Moon".
Sumi ink on rice paper, mounted on canvas, the size is 15 by 12 inches.