Red Roses: What Really Symbolizes to Your Feelings ?
Love is when the other person’s happiness is more important than your own By H. Jackson Brown Jr.
Red Roses and Your Feeling:
What is more classically romantic than red roses? Almost everyone knows (or should know) that a brilliant bouquet of red roses or single rose is the perfect way to declare feelings of romantic love. Whether in celebration of an anniversary, wedding, Valentine’s Day or even National Romance Month (August), there is no mistaking the implication of passion, desire and above all, love, associated with red roses.
Symbol of Red Roses:
Red roses often appear in poetry, literature, classical artwork, contemporary films and everywhere in between. Renowned Scottish poet, Robert Burns, compared his love to a red rose in the poem Red, Red Rose, and the card “soldiers” in Alice in Wonderland lost their heads for painting white roses red, just to name a few classics.
These fragrant blooms come in varying shades of red, which also carry different symbolic meanings. For example, a bright red rose signifies romance, while burgundy means a love that has yet to be realized.
History of Red Roses:
The red rose began its illustrious symbolic history in Greek and Roman iconography, where it was tied to Aphrodite, or Venus, the goddess of love. Later, in early Christian times it became associated with the virtue of Virgin Mary. By the time Shakespeare rolled around it had already become a poetic standard that he, and later Gertrude Stein, both famously played with in their works. Throughout its long, storied history, the red rose still reigns as the ultimate symbol of passionate affection.
The classic red rose is often the best choice for expressing your deepest affection for that special someone. Whether you send a single red rose, or a grand bouquet of ravishing reds, surprise your one and only for a romantic occasion, or better yet, just because. Check out this video for tips on how to arrange these bright, classically romantic beauties.
Love: Miracle for Health Benefits:
Since long time, every year we celebrate Valentine’s Day (Saint Valentine’s Day) by sharing and expressing our love through greeting cards, flowers, chocolates, gifts and hang out with friend. However, there is a real science involve behind those feeling of romance and affection.
Love is the most exciting of all human emotions is probably nature’s beautiful way of keeping the human species live happily, alive and reproducing. Scientist research report says there is a cocktail of chemicals (hormones such as adrenaline, dopamine and serotonin, oxytocin, vasopressin, testosterone, oestrogen and others) are involved in biochemistry of love. And due to those effects our brain entices us to fall in love.
Love and its miraculous health benefits are interconnected in astonishing ways. We are all connected with relationship and when we grow positive and healthy relationship in your family, friends, and profession, the rewards are enormous:
- Reduces depression, alcohol drinking and drug abuse
- Lower blood pressure.
- Reduces anxiety.
- Helps in controlling pain.
- Helps in stress management.
- Improve immune system and reduces exposure to cold and flu viruses.
- Helps in healing process.
- Reduces aging and increases charm.
- Reduces doctor’s visit.
- Improve our life style bring money and happiness.