I have three pieces of jewelry I wear.


The first is a chain with pendant; a gift from my mother, she gave one to each of her sons (four of us). The pendant is a circle enclosing a triangle; the triangle is engraved with a dove.



The second is a white gold ring, a gift from NE and Bear. I wear it on my right hand, ring-finger.



The last is also a gift from NE and Bear; a silver chain I wear around my left wrist.     


I am less attached to how they look, than to what they mean. I strive for a minimalist approach to possessions  (although my recent acquisition of an HDTV and pending ownership of a 30-year old motorcycle speak to the contrary) because possessions can define you as a person.

In wearing each of these items, I do so as a conscious act.

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