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In the Zen koan, a man pursued by tigers pauses from certain death to enjoy fragrant, ripe strawberries in his path. "Delicious!" The allegory is simple: we are all that man facing certain death and life offers sweet strawberries, but only if we pause to enjoy them. The sentiment is reflected in the analogy strawberry:tiger::life:death, the sweetness of life in the face of inevitable death. The swirling design is under a glass cabochon on a 1" copper disc pendant that hangs from a 38" rope necklace made of braided silk cords in shades of green. Cost: $25.00 USD
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