Saturday, April 5, 2008

What Water Symbolizes... Life?

I asked on a previous post what y'all think water symbolizes. Most of you said that it symbolizes "life" ~ a conclusion I had already come to, but wasn't really sure. So in saying that, you confirmed that.

Water symbolizing life makes since because if you think about it, without water there would be no life. What water and life has to do with me I don't exactly know...
But please tell me if you think of anything else.

Misha said: In the Bible it says something about Living Water, and this one king in the Bible got healed of his leprosy by dipping himself in the Jordan River

Hannah said: Water symbolizes Christian life. Then "come to the river of life and be restored or something along that line"

Zuzu said: In the Bible water basically symbolizes life. As for water being used to describe someone, they probably meant that you are calm, peaceful, graceful, and quiet. So yeah, I guess it is a compliment.

And Sapphira asked if I perceived that as a complement. I don't really know actually. When I first heard it, I was like cool and took it for a compliment. Then I got curious and decided to investigate further.

My friend (who is "like fire") and I like to tease each other about it. Like she'll say, "I make you boil"
I said, "Well, I can put you out!!!"

lol! It was funny!

Thanks for all the feedback! :)



Madi said...

Hi Zoe!I was just reading your profile,we have quite a lot in common.I,as you already know,love to sing and I'm also writing a book.I hope to finish it in a few months (even though I've barely started!) and want to get it published when I'm 12 or 13.I'm also quiet around groups of people until I get to know them and then I can talk with no end if I want to.Well,that's about it.Thanks for chcking out my blog,I like your blog(or however many of you there are)and will visit again soon.Bye!-Madi

The~McGrades said...

I think water also symbolizes ''purity''.


Zoe said...

Yea, we do have a lot in common. Have you been to my main blog (

Yea, I think it does too. Thanks!

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