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These extraordinary Quartz crystals were discovered in Swiss Alps by Franz von Arx and Elio Muller on Planggenstock in Göscheneralp.   Photo credit: Cuarzo Hialino. Geology Wonders

These extraordinary Quartz crystals were discovered in Swiss Alps by Franz von Arx and Elio Muller on Planggenstock in Göscheneralp. Photo credit: Cuarzo Hialino. Geology Wonders

Tashlich is a ritual many Jewish people do on #Rosh Hashanah. They go to a river or spring and recite certain prayers. While they are praying, they throw small pebbles or bread into the flowing water. The pebbles and bread represent “throwing off their sins.” This ritual comes from Micah 7:19: “You will again have compassion on us; you will tread our sins underfoot and hurl all our iniquities into the depths of the sea.”

Tashlich is a ritual many Jewish people do on #Rosh Hashanah. They go to a river or spring and recite certain prayers. While they are praying, they throw small pebbles or bread into the flowing water. The pebbles and bread represent “throwing off their sins.” This ritual comes from Micah 7:19: “You will again have compassion on us; you will tread our sins underfoot and hurl all our iniquities into the depths of the sea.”

Firebrickart • View topic - Saphires, Emeralds & Pearls by Peter Faust, Switzerland

Firebrickart • View topic - Saphires, Emeralds & Pearls by Peter Faust, Switzerland

Sidewalk Mosaic in the small German/Swiss border town of Laufenburg which is divided by the Rhine & connected by bridge, allowing people to easily stroll back & forth from Germany to Switzerland.

Sidewalk Mosaic in the small German/Swiss border town of Laufenburg which is divided by the Rhine & connected by bridge, allowing people to easily stroll back & forth from Germany to Switzerland.

amethyst vase: 8th century B.C.E. Of ovoid form, with short cylindrical neck and overhanging disc rim, the mouth flat with a descending step framing the central opening, the interior hollowed out, with two trapezoidal lugs on the shoulders, drilled horizontally for suspension. - Nature Is Beautiful

amethyst vase: 8th century B.C.E. Of ovoid form, with short cylindrical neck and overhanging disc rim, the mouth flat with a descending step framing the central opening, the interior hollowed out, with two trapezoidal lugs on the shoulders, drilled horizontally for suspension. - Nature Is Beautiful

Crystals & Minerals...I'm sure the ppl at work would love these hahahahaha

Crystals & Minerals...I'm sure the ppl at work would love these hahahahaha

Riesenkristalle aus den SchweizerAlpen #crystal #Kristall

Riesenkristalle aus den SchweizerAlpen #crystal #Kristall