The cornucopia.    It originated as a goat's horn, filled to overflowing with fruits and vegetables and used in feasts.  Today, we typically use a horn shaped basket instead of a goat's horn and place it on the main table as a Thanksgiving centerpiece.  However, symbolically, the cornucopia represents an abundance of good things!  The … Continue reading Cornucopia

Believe and Bloom

There is a parable about a sower, who plants seeds on different terrains.  The sower planted one set of seeds in rocky soil.  Those seeds sprouted quickly, producing small vibrant plants, because of the unprepared and shallow soil.  But when the sun reached its apex, bearing down its scorching, unforgiving rays,  the plants withered and … Continue reading Believe and Bloom