Rings Of Love

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RINGS OF LOVE
The Rings of Love symbolizes the everlasting bond that a couple undertakes
while standing under the Chupah.
The rings themselves embody a couple’s love for each other,
as well as symbolizing the new life long bond that they have undertaken
and interwoven between themselves from the time of the Chupah and onwards.
The lion is symbolic of the tribe of Judah and the power of love, honor and belief
between man and his fellow man and man and God.
The lion is also the eternal symbol of Jerusalem and her everlasting rays of gold.
In my ketubah, the lion also signifies the strength of the new bond t
hat the couple have just undertaken together.
Together the rings and the lion serve as a testament to the strength of love
that both the bride and groom now share together.
The ring though small is complete and encompasses all.
The two rings remind us that although we remain as separate entities
we are joined together with the Infinite in our marriage.

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This image is the exclusive intellectual property of Robert A. Ripps and is protected under United States and international copyright laws. All images are registerd with the US Copyright office, and any unauthorized usage will be pursued to the fullest extent of the law. This image may not be copied, downloaded, or used in any way except throug the normal means of viewing a web page on your computer. Any other use requires a written license from Robert A. Ripps, stating the rights licensed. Payment in full must be received before any rights are granted. Please call Robert A. Ripps Photography for licensing information at 212.941.9184, or email us at raripps@raripps.com.