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Keywords: Hope


Given their unique life cycle, butterflies are often considered as symbols of hope and transformation. Their metamorphosis from egg to larva, then to pupa and finally an adult, symbolises personal progress and positive change. In times of hardship, they are associated with hope, as their arrival might remind people that better days are on the way. Butterflies, despite their fragility, are resilient, showing us that hope may emerge from vulnerability. Their beauty reflects the positivity that comes from accepting change. They also represent renewal and rebirth, representing a new beginning after the shedding of the old.  In this sense, they embody the belief that hope can emerge from even the darkest of circumstances. Thus, butterflies represent the possibility of positive change and a brighter future.


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Corner C. HOPE. J Pak Psychiatr Soc [Internet]. 2023Sep.28 [cited 2024Jul.13];20(03):37. Available from: https://jpps.pk/index.php/journal/article/view/300