Tuesday, October 23, 2007

O Fabulous

Recently made trendy by Oprah and Tiffany's designer, Elsa Peretti the "O" shape also represents infinity. 

In वेदिक (Vedic-ancient Indian) terms the O in Om represents boundlessness (transcendence) within boundaries. 

It also just happens to give a dual functionality to the second piece of this set. 

Two fabulous female icons, a mantra that has taken on global significance and a shape shifter; anyone wonder why I call it the, "O Fabulous?"   

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