Maple Leaf!!


Some what it is very tough to make others understand the season changings prior without evidences what they do while knowing such hidden things? As they are not eager to learn or they did not try to manage the seasons as per the level of understanding.

Seasons reflects through the leaves. Green leaf presents the available source of willingness of life the yellow life symbolizes near to death. Maple leaf is like a king leaf that contains both emotions both sign and especially the change of season observations.

Lord has made this world full of symbols and signs all has the realities hidden few things speaks but mostly things are quite and deceptive. It is up to level of wisdom that would understand the language of their actualities.

We can analyze the change of climate but we cannot calculate that how many leaves fall and becomes the victim of it. It is famous that leaves symbolize the noise or voice of seasons and they may bring the emotion to the path of realization. The above is general view where as nationwide it is famous of the reason ………..

It’s believed that the maple leaf became a Canadian symbol as early as the 1700’s. Indians have been using the sap of the trees for food long before Canada saw ships on its horizon. Several groups used the Maple Leaf as a symbol in the 1800’s, including its use on the badge of the 100th Regiment. The same year (1860) it was used as a decorative theme for the Prince of Wales visit. Alexander Muir wrote “The Maple Leaf Forever” in 1867 as a song for Confederation.

The Maple Leaf appeared on all Canadian coins in the past but is currently only on the penny. It continued to be used as badges on military uniforms throughout the years as a Canadian distinction. It wasn’t until the colour of the maple leaves on the Arms of Canada were changed from green to red, that it began to resemble the symbol of today. The single red maple leaf appeared on Canada’s official National Flag in 1965.
Maple Leaf: In China and Japan the Maple Leaf is an emblem of lovers. North American settlers used to place the Maple leaves at the foot of their beds to ward off demons and encourage pleasure as well as peaceful sleep. Also in the North American region, the stork can be observed weaving Maple branches in nests – as such, the Maple became a symbol of the love found in welcoming a new child in the home. Just as the sweet rich sap produces Maple syrup so too does the Maple leaves serve as a love symbols as they depict the sweetness and wonder of love in everyday life.

Consequently, Maple is special leaf that gives message to the world outside for the predictable things and unpredictable as well ……………It covers the login of one country and convey the message of love and it encounters reality.

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