“There are three constants in life… change, choice and principles.” Stephen Covey
When I read this week’s challenge, the first thing that crossed my mind was the Holy Trinity and the power that is invested in that triangle. As I was thinking of what to feature, I started looking through my pictures and noticed that for New York Fashion Week, which ended on the 18th, the number three was heavily featured. Why? When I started looking into the number three, I found some fascinating data that tied in nicely with the exuberance and creativity expressed in the fashion design world.
On one numerology site, having a three vibration is described as:”A powerful need to express feelings, ideas and visions of the imagination, coupled with an extroverted personality, makes it likely that a person with 3s in key points of their Numerology chart will seek a career in art, especially the verbal arts.” If the number is tied to the creative mind, what internal triggers activate that creative impulse? Can we tap into this power if we are not a three? I’d like to know.
“In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.” Robert Frost
Another site shared that “People influenced by this third number will be outgoing, friendly, and will shine in the limelight … The Number 3 encourages people to think in creative and versatile ways.” So it makes perfect sense that the organizers of NY Fashion Week, a huge creative event, would play on the number as a focus for the 2014 fashion seasons. But does this creativity feed into other areas of our lives? A friend mentioned that it is a lucky number tied into gambling wins and god fortune. Interesting. What do you think?
What other triangles come to mind? When we think of the seat of our government, we see that the Federal Government is made up of three branches: the legislative, executive and judicial arms… so there is something to be said for the number three. What can you think of that operates in threes? If you believe in numerology or the Holy Trinity, or even the power of Triangles, it would be worth exploring it further. I’m not trying to be esoteric. I’m just curious about an important number. I will investigate further and update up. Meanwhile, enjoy my photos taken at the opening (last summer) of PUNK:Chaos to Couture at the Metropolitan Museum. Do come back for more!
“Never forget the three powerful resources you always have available to you: love, prayer, and forgiveness.” H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
What powerful elements or stories in threes come to mind when you think this topic? Do you have one to share? Do let me know in a comment below.Thank you EVERYONE!
This post was inspired by a prompt from Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes
In a nutshell, a three-picture story is a way to help you think about storytelling with images. To create a three-picture story, gather: An establishing shot: a broad photo of your subject.
A relationship: two elements interacting with one another.
A detail: a close-up of one part of your subject.
You don’t necessarily have to take your photos with this in mind — you can simply use it as a guideline for choosing three photos you’ve already taken, or try cropping photos to focus on the key details. IN A NEW POST PUBLISHED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE “THREE.”
For more, check out how others interpreted the theme – WP Daily Post: Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes What do you HAVE IN THREES?
Positive Motivation Tip: All the best things come in threes… I was told it starts with the Holy Trinity and then, it extends beyond it to other aspects of our lives.
PHOTO CREDITS/ATTRIBUTIONS: All Photos from my personal collection.