The butterfly has many meanings in different societies.
In some cultures it is a symbol of positive change, rebirth and resurrection, in others it signifies long life, joy and warmth.
Aristotle gave the butterfly the name "psyche", the Greek for soul.
Many cultures believed the butterfly was a messenger from the spirit world.
Among many native American tribes, a yellow butterfly was a symbol of hope and guidance.
In Christianity the butterfly is a symbol of resurrection, making these a good choice for an Easter gift.
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