Happy Sunday. Our next 52 Books Bingo category is another element of nature - Earth.
The Anglo Saxons named her Erda and the German named her Erde which was changed to Old English Ertha, meaning the ground upon which we walk. The Greek's named her Gaia, the mother of all life. The Roman's named her Tellus Mater, the goddess and physical personification of earth. Chi or Tsuchi in Japanese or dìqiú in Chinese. The planet has many names. Share unique names you have discovered or read about for the planet Earth.
The synonyms for earth, the celestial body on which we live include globe, planet, sphere, microcosm. Earth can also mean the surface which include the synonyms land, ground, soil, dust, and landmass to name a few.
The spiritual element of earth relates to the Chakra that relates to feelings of safety and security. The phrase 'what on earth' relates to surprise and questions of why.
Read a book set on the planet earth or the discovery of earth. Read a book about foreign lands or wanderlust.
Read a book about the natural world or the element of nature.
Read a book with Earth or related synonym in the title.
Read mythological retellings or environmental books.
As you can see, Earth is a really broad subject in which we can go many different ways or narrow it down to the tiniest grain of sand.
Our post is sponsored by the letter G and Gaia, globe, ground, and genius.
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