The element of fire has great power to shape the will and determination. It is our inner light and a vivid symbol of the divine fire that burns in every soul.
Fire is so important that the hero Prometheus steeled it from the sun so that humanity could survive. Fire represents our passion, impulse, enthusiasm, creativity, and drive, and turns to other forces as we grow.
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Fire can symbolize both death and life. But this just goes to show how broad the symbolism of fire is. This black T-shirt with a purple flame print is a combination of angel and devil.
In Greek mythology, the symbolism of fire is linked to the myth of Prometheus. Of Aristotle's four elements, fire is the only one that humans can create, so the gift of fire symbolizes the blood relationship between mortals and gods.
A cluster of fires combined to form a lion roaring pattern, giving strength and life to this men's T-shirt.
The dragon is a fire-oriented mythical creature, full of creativity and insight, with a true passion for every moment of life, releasing the sparks of destiny in amazing ways.
Fire is often used to symbolize purification. This may be because fire leaves no trace of anything that has burned except ashes.
The element of fire embodies our passion, warm feelings, movement, and the light of spirit. Fire is alive and gives birth to new life and new ideas.
The flickering of the flames evokes thoughts of passion and desire. The flames leap and dance, spreading defiantly.
No wonder we see the young lovers and comment on their "fiery passion!"
In Romeo and Juliet, fire is used to symbolize Romeo and Juliet's passion for each other.
The symbol of the rebirth of fire is consistent with the symbol of breaking the cocoon into a butterfly. No better design combines the elements of fire and butterfly.
The perfect Burning Star graphic t-shirt, the right outfit for big barbecues, baseball games, and fireworks.
Fire Walk with Me is a 1992 film, One of the classic conversations.
“- Donna Hayward: Do you think that if you were falling in space... that you would slow down after a while, or go faster and faster?
- Laura Palmer: Faster and faster. And for a long time, you wouldn't feel anything. And then you'd burst into fire. Forever... And the angels wouldn't help you. Because they've all gone away.”