Diamond is April's BirthstoneWritten by Sam Serio
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Of Kings and Queens, Archdukes and Duchesses Legend has it that Cupid’s arrows were tipped in diamonds and over centuries, this magnificent gemstone has acquired a well-deserved reputation as ultimate gift of love. In less democratic times, diamonds were reserved for royalty…the only people "entitled" to their symbolism of strength, courage and invincibility. But in 1477, Archduke Maximillian of Austria gave a diamond ring to Mary of Burgundy and before long tradition of diamond engagement rings was one embraced by even most humble brides-to-be and their suitors. The diamond's white hue signifies life, joy and innocence. But diamonds may be nearly any color in rainbow plus a wide range of browns, grays, and white. Shades of yellow are most common, followed by colorless. Blue, black, reddish, and greenish are more valuable (some extremely so). P.S. I Love You It's interesting to note that a woman wears her diamond on third finger of her left hand because early Egyptians believed vena amoris (vein of love) ran directly from heart to top of third finger, left hand A gift of a Diamond is symbolic of everlasting love. There is no more convincing a promise of an enduring relationship than brilliant gemstone that has endured in people's hearts throughout history.
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The Enigma of a Movie PosterWritten by Mark McCallister
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Some adults make it a hobby to collect movie posters too. It’s like collecting stamps, coins or baseball cards. They keep their posters safe and put up ones that they love most. It may not bring much monetary satisfaction to them, but these posters are often an object of admiration. The way in which elements within these posters are uniquely put together generates an enigma that no other item can.
Yet there are also those who frame up movie posters and use them as decorative pictures for their home. To them, movie poster is a work of art and is to be admired. Also, to romantics, movie posters remind them of a time in their lives which may have been enjoyable, happy or just memorable. Movie posters have a way of bringing us back in time, especially to a season when things were much less complicated, and movies were always great events to look forward to. all movies posters here to add to your collections.
Author Bio: Mark McCallister is a total movie buff and has reviewed English, French & Italian Movies over a span of 7 years now. Besides, he likes to have an account of his favourite movie posters and keeps updating himself. He has more than 8,000 digital movie posters and is still going on. Guess he’s going to set some kind of record for himself!!!
Mark McCallister is a total movie buff and has reviewed English, French & Italian Movies over a span of 7 years now. Besides, he likes to have an account of his favourite movie posters and keeps updating himself. He has more than 8,000 digital movie posters and is still going on. Guess he’s going to set some kind of record for himself!!!