This Queen of Coins features Lúthien, grieving for her love, Beren. After overcoming incredible odds and facing incredible dangers, the two lovers manage to unite…until Beren was killed…
In the end, the Gods took pity on Lúthien’s suffering, and she was allowed to exchange her immortality to spend a human life with her true love.
Aside: the story was considered by Tolkien to be central to his world and reflected his relationship to his wife, Edith. On his grave, Tolkien is referred to as Beren and Edith as Lúthien. Now that’s one Hell of a romantic gesture, don’t you think?
Today, I’m seeing the message of the superhuman power of love. Speak, be, do, live and act directly from your heart. You never know when the Gods may be moved by your sincerity.
The Queen of Coins does live in the real world, but she may “rework” some of the rules, at least today, through the incredible transforming power of love.
Do you think love makes miracles?
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