Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Yew


Represents longevity, rebirth, and the cycle of life and death. In many cultures, the yew tree is seen as a symbol of the eternal, the connection between earth and the afterlife, and the resilience to withstand the tests of time.

Themes: “longevity”, “rebirth”, “eternal”, “connection”, “resilience”

More in: “The Sacred Yew: Rediscovering the Ancient Tree of Life Through the Work of Allen Meredith” by John Owen.

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