Fly on the wings of a dragonfly

Updated on Sep 09, 2013
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skinnybuddha 's Thoughts:

Dragonflies are not your average insects. These mysterious and ancient creatures have lived on earth for millions of years, far longer than humans. The dragonfly, in almost every part of the world symbolizes change in the perspective of self realization. Its scurrying flight across water represents an act of going beyond what’s on the surface and looking into the deeper implications and aspects of life. The dragonfly’s agile flight and its ability to move in all six directions exude a sense of power and poise – something that comes only with age and maturity. To the Japanese, it symbolizes summer and autumn and are admired and respected all over, so much so that the Samurai use it as a symbol of power, agility and best of all, Victory. In China, people associate the dragonfly with prosperity, harmony and as a good luck charm. Amongst Native Americans, it is a sign of happiness, speed and purity. Purity because the dragonfly eats from the wind itself.
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FreeUrCloset
FreeUrCloset on September 12
Very pretty. Love the colors.
anonymours
anonymours on September 10
love
blogElenaStiole
blogElenaStiole on September 10
pretty ! +1
Puss_in_Boots
Puss_in_Boots on September 09
gorgeous color combo!
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