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In the Zen story A Parable, a man flees from a tiger by grabbing a vine and jumping over a precipice only to be confronted with another tiger below him, also waiting to eat him. As he considers the tiger above and the tiger below, he spots a strawberry growing on the vine - how sweet it tasted! The analogy of strawberry:tiger::life:death refers to the sweetness of the moment, of life in the face of our certain demise. Should life's road lead you into peril, remember the wisdom of the Zen koan: there may be a tiger behind; there may be a cliff ahead - ah, but the strawberries here are delicious! It helps that green aventurine is known for good fortune! The gemstone pendant has a nice weight making for nice drape when tied at any length. Cost: $18.00 USD
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