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Acorn: During the Norman Conquest, the English carried dried acorns to protect themselves from the brutalities of the day. Considered to be an emblem of luck, prosperity, youthfulness and power, the Acorn is a good luck symbol indeed! It also represents spiritual growth.
The acorn, as a seed, is also a symbol of growth and unlimited
potential. The acorn, in its dormant state, reminds us that we, too need
periods of rest/dormancy and periods of growth. We, too, must look to the
oak and understand the importance of living within the seasons, with grace and
harmony. The acorn teaches us about our own potential–how one acorn can
grow into a massive oak and seed a whole forest. The oak tree is only
partially seen–the massive root system of an oak tree is as tall and wide as
the tree itself.
I am looking forward to seeing the next original design.
'the girl who grows the pearl'
PS - although I did not grow this pearl, but helped select it to showcase in our gallery!