Sin-cere Since the day of Michelangelo, sculptors had been hiding the flaws in their work by smearing hot wax into the cracks and then dabbing the wax with stone dust. The method was considering cheating, therefore, any sculpture 'without wax' (sin-cere) was considered a 'sincere' piece of art. To this day, we still sign our letters 'sincerely' as a promise that we have written 'without wax' and that our words are true. This blog, written sincerely by me. Since my name starts with XIN-, argo XINcerely. Enjoy your stay here!