Yellow ring MITHRA, the goddess of friendship

The Mithra ring has been created for women who enjoy company. What value can life have, in fact, if not shared with those whom we love? But what do we mean by 'family'? Family is not just a question of blood relations: family are those we feel similar to us, who share our emotions and experiences, those to whom our thoughts fly whenever something important happens, – good or bad – and with whom we share our feelings.

And Mithra represents this: union, relationships, every kind of bond.

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"Mithra is a divinity of Hinduism and of the Persian religion as well as being a god of Hellenism and ancient Rome.

The word 'mithra' can have two meanings: friendship, and pact, agreement.

Mithra is in fact a solar divinity, the god of honesty, friendship and contracts."

The Mithra ring has been created for women who enjoy company. What value can life have, in fact, if not shared with those whom we love? But what do we mean by 'family'? Family is not just a question of blood relations: family are those we feel similar to us, who share our emotions and experiences, those to whom our thoughts fly whenever something important happens, – good or bad – and with whom we share our feelings.

And Mithra represents this: union, relationships, every kind of bond.

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