It's all make believe, isn't it? by Eileen9 on DeviantArt
The angriest and saddest people are hidden behind a mask. A mask of laughter and happiness. It's amazing what you can fake with a smile. ***************... It's all make believe, isn't it?
By Julia Shults It’s interesting the stories we choose to tell about ourselves. We choose the words that characterize us, our life and our routine. The most everyday questions like “How are you?” and “What’s going on lately?” could start a connection with someone, yet we usually choose “fine” with
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Try These Simple Thanksgiving Candle Displays
Light up your Thanksgiving table with these bright ideas for quick and easy holiday candle displays. For safety, never leave a burning candle unattended. Many of our candle displays should only be lit for a short time; do not let the flame come close to flammable design elements.
Подсвечник из скорлупы фисташек своими руками
Подсвечник из скорлупы фисташек-очень оригинальный элемент декора, который с лёгкостью можно создать своими руками, затратив на это совсем немного времени и средств.
Blau, Türkis, Licht, Begrifflich, Schmetterling, Blumen, Apfel, Wanddekor, iPho… - Ideas Flowers
Blau Türkis Licht Begrifflich Schmetterling Blumen Apfel Wanddekor iPho Blau Türkis Licht Begrifflich Schmetterling Blumen Apfel Wanddekor iPhone Wallpaper Iphone #abstrakt #apfel #begrifflich #blau The post Blau Türkis Licht Begrifflich Schmetterling Blumen Apfel Wanddekor iPho appeared first on Ideas Flowers.
CandybarCouture on Instagram: “Our #Haftseen table with beautiful #SpringFlowers. #HappyNowruz @cornerstoneondemand”
Our #Haftseen table with beautiful #SpringFlowers. #HappyNowruz @cornerstoneondemand
Norooz (Persian New Year)
In harmony with the rebirth of nature, the Persian New Year Celebration, or Norooz, begins on the first day of spring, usually March 20th of each year. Norooz ceremonies are symbolic representations of two ancient concepts - the End and Rebirth. The celebration dates back to about 3000 years ago, and is deeply rooted in the rituals and traditions of the Zoroastrians of the Sassanian period. Some of the traditional activities during Norooz are spring cleaning, buying new cloths, painting…
Sofreh - The Art of Persian Celebration - published by ACC Art Books
An original sofreh, entitled "Seven Steps", incorporating some symbolic elements of Nowruz, and highlighting the number 7—7 sabzeh and glowing candles are placed on one side of the staircase, while 7 oversized apples, shimmering tea lights and ceramic pomegranates decorate the other side. The centre of this inclining sofreh is embellished with 7 vases of spring flowers and foliage, draped antique kilims, a single oversized crimson pomegranate, miniature apples and fresh garlic.