Rubies are beautiful, red precious stones. Their red color makes them a symbol of fire and blood, which provide warmth and life. The ruby is also a symbol of passion.
In June, in the book An Earth Child's Book of the Year, where is the ruby hidden in the picture and the word "ruby" in the text?
Your birth flowers are DELPHINIUM and WATER LILY
Delphiniums stand for joy and a light heart. They remind us to laugh, to try new things, and enjoy the happy side of life without taking everything too seriously.
The water lily is another July birth flower. It reminds us to keep our hearts and thoughts healthy and pure like the peaceful white petals of this floating flower.
In the book An Earth Child's Book of the Year, in July, who is peeking out of the delphiniums?
June 10 to July 7 Your Celtic Tree is OAK
You may have heard the saying 'from little acorns mighty oak trees grow." That is because the oak tree starts small, just like children do, but grows to be very strong. Oak children have within them the acorns of great self-confidence and optimism. Because the oak is so strong and such a good symbol of confidence and hope, it is often used to represent cleansing out bad habits or upsetting thoughts and replacing them with positive ones.
In June, in An Earth Child's Book of the Year, the mighty oak tree seems almost human! How is the tree helping the children have fun?
July 8 to August 4 Your Celtic Tree is HOLLY
The holly, with its crisp green leaves and fiery-red berries, reminds us of the growth and warm comfort we can create in our own homes. Holly people are often loving and warm, very good at helping both friends and strangers feel comfortable and at home.