Whether you draw one in a card, text an emoji , wear one on a necklace or buy a heart shaped gift for someone, the heart symbol is one of the most recognised symbols in the world.
So what does it actually mean?
Each culture interprets the heart symbol in different ways. The worldwide meaning of the heart symbol is love, but the meaning of it can vary depending on the circumstances in which it is used and how it is interpreted by the individual.
Some of the most common interpretations are:
A Symbol of Love-
The most common meaning for the heart symbol is love. People use the symbol to replace the word “love” in many different cultures.
A Symbol of Unity/Cohesion/Strength-
For families and spouses, the heart symbol can signify unity. When couples get married, it is often portrayed as two hearts becoming one in certain cultures and when two hearts become one, then it is stronger as a unit.
A Symbol of Sensuality-
It is easy to express your sensual feelings to someone else just by sending them a heart symbol. It signifies the pursuit of your feelings to the other person and can make them feel special when they receive it.
So many reasons to send someone a heart today...
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