Original Star K (tm) Round 7mm Created Star Sapphire Engagement Ring in .925 Sterling Silver Size 8
The impressive Original Star K (tm) Round 7mm Created Star Sapphire Engagement Ring, crafted in .925 Sterling Silver . This attractive design is mounted with 1 stone prong set blue Round Created Star Sapphire, 2 stones prong set colorless Baguette Cubic Zirconia. This design measures 7.00 mm wide.Sapphire is September Birthstone: From the Latin "sapphirus" meaning "blue". A symbol for truth and sincerity, it inspires spiritual enlightenment, health and inner peace. Designer: Star K - This beautiful design, is part of the exclusive Star K. jewelry collection. Star K. designs are copyrighted, so please be aware of cheap imitations selling online. Only original Star K. creations are made using the highest quality materials and craftsmanship, backed by an exclusive Lifetime Warranty. Warranty: - This item is covered by Finejewelers exclusive Silver Shield Lifetime Warranty. This exclusive lifetime coverage is offered ONLY by Finejewelers so please shop with confidence, our quality is guaranteed for life! Metal weight may vary with finger size and metal choice.Style/SKU Number: 27000.
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Experiences with the Dying and the Dead : Waking to Our Connections with Those Who Have Died
At the age of six, Claire Blatchford lost her hearing. Gradually, as she grew accustomed to her new state of being in the world, she found herself developing a new organ of inner perception and connection. Thoughts and realities spoke to her with an “inner voice.” In earlier works—beginning with Turning—she recounted some of what she heard, and she explained how she entered a path of meditative practice to strengthen her ability to receive what she was given. Experiences with the Dying and the Dead explores another aspect of inner perception through a series of personal stories of experiences around and across the threshold between life and death. Claire Blatchford writes: “The dead are all around and are as much our neighbors as the family next door, the tree at the corner, and the birds on the feeder. We need not be on speaking terms with all our neighbors, but the recognition of their presence, if only in the form of a nod, a smile, or a thought of appreciation or thanks, can go a long way. When we acknowledge each other, we affirm and quicken life in each other. Though we may not be able to see the dead inwardly or outwardly, openness of their presence means a great deal to them.” By opening to the presence of the dead, the veil between the worlds becomes thinner, and our inner eyes and ears open in new ways. We awaken to a new world—the community of human beings on both sides of the threshold.