Rich gave me this lovely silver necklace to commemorate this special anniversary. The lovebirds, our initials, the luminescence of a pearl...it's perfect!
Now, look closely at the center of the dish...do you see the Yin & Yang? Aah, yes!
Yin is female and yang is male. They fit together as two parts of a whole.The principle of yin and yang is represented in Taoism by the Taijitu (literally "diagram of the supreme ultimate") diagram. The Taijitu is one of the oldest and best-known life symbols in the world, but few understand its full meaning. It represents one of the most fundamental and profound theories of ancient Taoist philosophy. At its heart are the two poles of existence, which are opposite but complementary. The light, white Yang moving up blends into the dark, black Yin moving down. Yin and Yang are dependent opposing forces that flow in a natural cycle, always seeking balance. Though they are opposing, they are not in opposition to one another. As part of the Tao, they are merely two aspects of a single reality. They do not merely replace each other but actually become each other through the constant flow of the universe. From Wikipedia
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