March 17, 2009
Gems, ME News, Vol. 2, Issue 11
I’ve met a few angels recently, although your definition of angel may be different from mine.
For me, an angel is anyone I can get excited for, someone who inspires me, someone whose path I may cross for an instant, a short time, or sometimes repeatedly until I finally figure it out.
An angel is someone who leaves me feeling like I have just seen GOD in action; sometimes, easily recognized as warmth shared from the depths of radiant eyes and a true, open smile; sometimes, not immediately recognized as true, repetitive care.
Last year I was introduced to, and fell in love with, green amethysts. I really liked the cool feel and the weight of the stone, as well as the watery, light, and slightly-off green color. I already owned some antique and some newer traditional purple amethyst jewelry; some passed down from my grandmother and some purchased by me. So, the contrast intrigued me.
Angels and gems, how are they connected?
Both are rare, holding high value in such different ways.
Both change in appearance depending on how they are treated.
And, both showed up at the Southfield International Gem and Jewelry Show.
It’s been an enlightening, and colorful week.
"Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by so doing some people have entertained angels without knowing it." Hebrews 13:2
Semi, and Accomplishments, Slidell, LA, October 2008
Green Amethyst Angels, Faith, Current
Posted by jaselin at March 17, 2009 08:56 PM