There are many different symbols that can be used for a symbolic tattoo. These tattoos truly speak to what you are about to others. It shows a small part of your life whether it be your faith, the one you love, or even history. They are personal tattoos, and should be thought of a great deal before getting one drawn onto you.
A tattoo that describes your faith could use religious symbols such as crosses, and pentagrams. There are many different symbols for faith that may not even be religious too. They could also include symbols of certain holidays, and celebrations. These are very meaningful tattoos to you, as the wearer. They show your pride in your faith, and what you believe in. Often they are paired with other objects such as flowers, and quotes to have an even deeper meaning.
Falling in love is a wonderful feeling, and sometimes you wish to show those feelings to the world. Getting a tattoo that symbolizes love is very popular, and simple to do. Some of the more common symbols of love would be hearts, and red roses. Many times the hearts overlap and/or include the name of your loved one. Other symbols of love may be an activity that the two of you share, wedding rings, or even wine glasses. These tattoos should show your strong feelings for each other, and need to be carefully thought of.
Some symbols show our history on earth. These are also popular amongst tattoos. This could be anything, a certain flag, peace sign, or a building. History is something one should not forget, and making a tattoo is one way of ensuring that. History books and museums are great ways to find such interesting symbols. Also if you happened to grow up in a certain event perhaps you wish to use that date as a tattoo. Dates can be very meaningful by itself or even paired with an object of that time period.
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