My Sis @shoesrfun says, Sis can you bring balloons and I say, yes. She says, guess what his line # is...3. I say WOW.
Few months back, I sat down with @lakarawiththegift (have to follow her to understand) nervous but I did. Interesting meeting to say the least but before I left she says the #3 is all around you. You must align yourself with the right people, organize and plan.... Well the #3 has been showing up big. Those who really know me can relate to what the #3 represents.
This Angel #brings you the confidence you need in yourself to have Faith in your purpose & desires.
Angel #3 has a purpose to represent the ideas of communication and adventure to this Angel’s followers. Those who follow this Angel and are shown the number 3 are to be inspired, be creative, get in touch with heir artistic needs, find joy, and reach higher spiritual levels.
#3 is said to have the meaning of positive affirmation. This Angel brings you the confidence you need in yourself to have faith in your purpose and your desires. ... The number 3 is a Holy number, and one highly respected among the people.
Your Angel brings the power of the #3 to represent communication, social ability, bring spontaneous, taking action, and following ones first thoughts. His number brings you to use your abilities for the greater good.
#3 is believed to highlight the need for growth and development. The development of one should be made spiritually, creatively, financially, and with a strong energy.
#3 brings you this confidence through your spiritual light and creativity. This Angel reminds us that all goals can be reached when we focus on ourselves and have the determination to work hard.
As a faithful and creative Angel, he is one to lead us towards finding our purpose and being creative in ways we never thought possible. He may lead you towards activities you never would have pursued before or towards career opportunities previously untapped. This Angel is an encouraging Angel leading us towards our highest spiritual purpose.
Persephone was both the #goddess of #spring and the #queen of the #Underworld, #daughter of the #agricultural#goddess#Demeter and #Zeus, the #king of the #gods. .
As the goddess of the bounty that #spring#brings, she had her #fair share of suitors, but it was Hades, the dark #god of the #Underworld, who decided that she would be his #bride. Tipped off by Zeus, #Hades found Persephone frolicking in a #flowery meadow, and came to collect her in his chariot. Marrying her in the Underworld, Hades kept her there as his bride, much to the devastation of Demeter.
Demeter set out to #wander the #earth to find her daughter, and for #every#minute Persephone was missing not a single crop would grow. As people starved, Zeus finally relented and ordered Persephone's release, but because the #girl had eaten the #fruit of the Underworld in the form of a handful of #pomegranate#seeds, she was ordered to spend half the year in the Underworld as the wife of Hades, and the other half of the year with her mother. .
This suited everyone just fine, and now every time Persephone descends into the Underworld to take up her #crown as #queen, a saddened Demeter causes the crops to die, but every #time she is returned, everything bursts into joyous #bloom.