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Snake Silver Ring Ring fits on finger with circumferences from 6.5 to 15 size (US). Width: 0.71 in. or 18 mm. Length(from the tail to the head): 0.83 in. or 21 mm. Material: • Silver 925. Symbolic Snake Meanings ♦Cycles ♦Rebirth ♦Patience ♦Fertility ♦Eternity ♦Balance ♦Cunning ♦Intuition ♦Awareness ♦Healing ♦Intellect ♦Protection ♦Solemnity ♦Rejuvenation ♦Transformation ♦Occult (hidden) Knowledge ♦Male/Female, Duality ♥ Follow the link below to view all items…

As a creature of the wind, the dragonfly represents change. As a creature of the water, they represent the subconscious, or "dream" state. Other symbolic meanings associated with dragonflies, are prosperity, strength, courage, peace, harmony and purity.

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Celebrating all the Saints (the long version;-)

Nutella and reading for Blessed Julian of Norwich's feast day, May 13 (her symbol is a hazelnut)

The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ is also called Corpus Christi, which translates from Latin to "Body of Christ." This feast traditionally falls on the Thursday after Trinity Sunday. Corpus Christi focuses on the Real Presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist and is often celebrated with a Eucharistic Procession. With this celebration Catholics show their love for Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament and love for their neighbor by literally bringing Christ closer to them.

One Minute Reflection – November 9 #pinterest #lateranbasilica The Temple of God is holy and you are that temple………1 Cor 3:17 REFLECTION – On this Solemnity, the Word of God recalls an essential truth: the temple of stones is a symbol of the living Church….. built by God…….Pope Benedict XVI...........#mypic

Symbols and Imagery in the Sacred Heart Devotion Part 1: Origins. http://corjesusacratissimum.org/2011/03/1symbols-and-imagery-in-the-sacred-heart-devotion-part-i/