The Power of Three
Date 06/09/2016 Categories Travel Blog
The world, it seems, happens in threes… Trinity, triad, triangle, trimester, trident, tripod… Three is a symbol of universal significance, and is found throughout history and all over the world.
The Greeks had the three Fates, three Graces, three Gorgons and the three Furies. In Norse mythology, the three Norns were the goddesses of Destiny. Three is a sacred number in many religions such as the Christian Holy Trinity, which is symbolized in Ireland by a shamrock, the three-leaf clover.
There are three general divisions of time – past, present and future; and three primary colors are needed to make all other colors, including white. Three is the first number that forms a geometrical figure – the triangle. Three lines are necessary to form a plan figure; and three dimensions of length, breadth, and height, are necessary to form a solid.
Yes, three is a universal number full of meaning.
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