Petunia - symbolism can differ depending on a person’s intentions. Petunias can represent haughtiness, resentment and anger over something the recipient has done. In contrast, when petunias are given to a loved one, their pleasant appearance means the recipient’s presence is soothing to the other person.
"Most of us think of #pride as #self-centeredness, #conceit, #boastfulness, #arrogance, or #haughtiness. All of these are elements of the sin, but the #heart, or core, is still missing. The central feature of pride is #enmity—enmity toward #God and enmity toward our fellowmen. Enmity means “hatred toward, #hostility to, or a state of #opposition.” It is the power by which Satan wishes to reign over us. Pride is essentially competitive in nature. We pit our will against God’s.
Flowerstuck by xXischaXx Rose: Lavender Roses -enchantment Roxy: Pink Roses -admiration, joy and gratitude John: Anemone -also called wind flower Jane: Daffodil -unrequited love, fortells misfortune, but also friendship Jade: Gerbera Daisy -cheerfulness Jake: Sunflower -pure thoughts, haughtiness Dave: Lilly of the valley -purity of heart Dirk: Gladiolus -also called sword flower, means strength of character, faithfulness and honor
When we see #thestarcard appear in our #dailytarot, you can rest assured that your dreams are closer than you think. The abundance of symbols on this card illustrates just how miraculous those dreams are. If there is any downside, it is the poignant reminder that you still must work towards those goals, that they will not be handed to you. But that you are absolutely headed in the right direction. Good luck!
Comtesse de Castiglione: Fire and Froth The queen of hearts gown By all reports, the Comtesse of Castiglione did use the means she liked best, bestowing the favors of her person, her very favorite person, upon the Emperor - which did nothing to make her best-liked by the court or other aristocratic circles she went round in. She wasn't disliked for political or amorous intriguing, that was a bit of worry, not dislike - but it was her haughtiness and that utter certitude that she was 'the...