Flowers: Long-Standing Symbols of Faith

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Flowers have their own language, did you know that? We like to think we are fluent in flowers. After all, every flower has its own message and traditional meaning. For example, a chrysanthemum represents cheerfulness, and daisies are innocence and hope. Understanding the language of flowers means understanding their roots – as in, their traditional roots. A History of Beauty For those who are religious, flowers take root in the beginning in the Garden of Eden. It is no wonder, then, that flowers first took on decorative purposes in religious…