Thursday, March 3, 2011


Jade, a stone revered in Tibet and China, is often substituted for emerald.
Jade its own qualities, as a traditional sysmbol of purity, serenity and
love. It helps to inspire the mind to make quick and precise decisions and a
Chinese businessman often touches this gem while concluding a deal. The
Maoris believe that jade, particularly the dark olive-green variety, brings
luck and that wearing jade while gardening improves the health of the

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