Cedars and cranes live long
(Hand – Embroidered Pictures – Vietnames– Theu Viet) – Let’s welcome good health, happiness and luck into your house with the high quality embroidered picture “Cedars and cranes live long”.
Cedar grows in the mountain which is dry and lacks the nutrition. It grows right at the tottery tor, standing a lot of dew and wind, snowstorms without dying or falling. The strong, resilient energy of the cedar results from “deep roots, solid foot” because of “solid roots, standing without moving”. And that is the quality of the gentleman, of the hero to keep steadily the sense of purpose and uprightness regardless of any difficulties, any violent challenges in the face of the fierce events in life.
The cedar is, therefore, the symbol of strong energy and boundless longevity. Besides, in Feng Shui, the cedar also has the capacity of eliminating the evil spirits, expelling the ghost and devil; thus, the cedars bring the tranquility, good fortune to the human.
In the hand embroidered picture “Cedars and cranes live long”, next to the cedar is always the crane. The crane has its life expectancy of thousands of years and believed to be the most everlasting longevity among the birds. Thus, the image of crane is the strong symbol of longevity.
The image of the crane with the style of rising up and spreading the wings in the sky represents the rich source of energy and the strong will. Together with the image of cedar, the crane is also typical for good luck. The sun in this hand embroidered picture symbolizes for the life strength; the sunrise represents the new beginning as well as the lasting longevity.
In Feng Shui, if you decorate the high quality embroidery “Cedars and cranes live long” in the living room or in the library of your house, apart from showing your class when selecting the high quality embroidery, it also helps you to show the strong symbol of abundant energy, everlasting longevity. And this picture also brings about good luck, peace, happiness and good things.
(Hand – Embroidered Pictures – Vietnames– Theu Viet)