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Inscription: God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.
These humble lines, with their universal message, have given comfort to many in need of guidance. The authorship of these words of wisdom, courage and inspiration is much disputed, though it is generally accredited to the American theologian Dr. Reinhold Niebuhr, perhaps in 1932. There is no shortage of other claimants, however, beginning with Cicero in ancient Rome. The wide range of claims to ownership merely reinforces the universality of the prayer. Engraved here on a beautiful mobius bracelet that will serve as a constant reminder.
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$ 104.00Lord make me an instrument of thy peace. Where there is hatred let me sow love, Where there is injury pardon, Where there is error truth.Where there is discord HARMONY where there is doubt FAITH where there is despair HOPE where there is darkness LIGHT and where there is sorrow JOY.' This prayer, reputedly written by St. Francis, is one of the most well-known prayers. St. Francis' unassuming character, his faith, love of nature and his positive way of thinking made him one of the most revered of all the saints. The second part of his prayer appears on a complementary bracelet, the St. Francis' Prayer Eternal Life Bracelet, and they may be elegantly worn together.
$ 104.00Inscription: I bind to myself today: God's power to guide me, God's might to uphold me, God's wisdom to teach me.'God's eye to watch over me, God's ear to hear me, God's work to give me speech, God's hand to guide me, God's way to lie before me, God's shield to shelter me, God's host to secure me.' St. Patrick will be forever associated with Ireland although he was the son of Roman parents. The writings of St. Patrick appear in many versions. The short prayer engraved here has been adapted from the much longer prayer, the Lorica (Latin for armor) better known as the Breastplate of St. Patrick, as it calls for God’s protection.
Ralph Waldo Emerson: "What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us."
The quotation engraved on this bracelet is attributed to Ralph Waldo Emerson. Emerson became the leading essayist of his day, a poet, and a preacher in the second Unitarian Church of Boston in 1829. He became a central figure of the philosophical movement known as transcendentalism, which held that reality is essentially mental or spiritual in nature. Whatever Emerson's philosophical reasoning, this quotation about the value and meaning of self-reliance is truly an inspirational one.
Love' inscribed in: Arabic, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Gaelic, Hebrew, Hungarian, Japanese, Italian, Latin, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Turkish
An homage to love: there are over six thousand known languages throughout the world. One can be sure that each contains at least one word for love, a universal emotion that unites us all, regardless of where we live or what language we speak. This bracelet is engraved with the word love in twenty eight languages.
MOM inscribed in: American & British English, Arabic, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Esperanto, Estonian, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Irish Gaelic, Japanese, Italian, Latin, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Serbian, Swahili, Swedish, Tibetan, Urdu.
Engraved within and without are the words for mother, mom or ma in thirty two different languages. The word for mother is similar around the world in totally unrelated languages. Many believe this is because the vowels and consonant sounds that make up the word for mother are the first to be mastered by children and so the sound of the word to identify a mother is almost universal. An homage to motherhood, perfect for Mother's Day or a birthday or simply a gift to oneself to celebrate being a mom.
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Inscription: My sister my friend through thick and thin.
Chain length: 18"
Through thick and thin, through thick woods and thin woods, meaning through difficult times and easy times, is an expression at least as old as Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales [c. 1380]. Its meaning remains remarkably unchanged across the centuries and speaks to us today in this phrase about the special bond between sisters that carries them through good times and bad. A perfect gift for a perfect sister.
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Snowflake pattern, a symbol of winter.
Pendant: 3/4" wide
The intricacy and variety of the snowflake make it a wonder of nature. It inspires poets, artists, jewelry designers and all who delight in the effortless complexity and beauty of the natural world. A snowflake pattern seems to symbolize the season of winter and is treasured even where snow rarely falls.