Day 10 – pumpkin
The pumpkin is a symbol of many things, depending on the context and the culture. Some of the common meanings of the pumpkin are:
– Harvest and abundance: The pumpkin is a fruit that grows in the fall season, when many crops are ready to be harvested. The pumpkin is often large and heavy, and can provide a lot of food and seeds. It represents the bounty and prosperity of nature, and the gratitude and generosity of people who share their harvest with others.
– Transition and change: The pumpkin is also a symbol of the transition from summer to winter, from life to death, from light to darkness. The pumpkin is associated with Halloween, a festival that celebrates the thinning of the veil between the worlds of the living and the dead. The pumpkin is carved into a lantern, which represents the light that guides the spirits and wards off evil.
– Resilience and potential: The pumpkin is a symbol of resilience and potential, as it can grow in harsh conditions and produce many seeds. The pumpkin can also transform into different forms, such as pies, soups, breads, and decorations. It represents the ability to overcome challenges and create something new and beautiful.
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