Saturday, June 25, 2005
Irridescent Butterfly at Cranbrook, photo by Mary Stebbins.
The butterfly has been used for hundreds if not thousands of years as a symbol of transformation. They were painted on the walls of the Nazi prison camps and in caves where people hid from the soldiers. I offer this image as a ray of light and hope that somehow I (and you) can continue to work through our issues and become transformed. Let our souls be full of shining light and love, and let that love transform us and our relationships.
Ironically, this butterfly is dead.
And--did you notice its number? Lucky or unlucky, depending on who you are and what you believe. A witch's coven has 13 members, very lucky, if you happen to be a witch. And why not?
Posted by Mary Stebbins Taitt at 4:42 PM