A yellow daisy flower represents friendship, joy, cheerfulness and well wishes. The daisy is also the birth flower for April.
The word daisy comes from the Old English word dægeseage, meaning "day's eye". The daisy was thusly named because at night the petals close over the yellow center and during the day they re-open or “awaken”. This is how the fun saying “as fresh as a daisy” was created; it infers that someone had a restful sleep.
The word daisy also made its way into other slang words and phrases. In the 1800s, the phrase “ups-a-daisy” was commonly used to encourage children to get up when they fell. This eventually transformed into “oopsy daisy” or “whoops-a-daisy” — an exclamation after a stumble or mistake.
During this time “daisy” also became English slang for something excellent or appealing. This term made an appearance in 1993 Doc Holliday film Tombstone in which he uses phrases like, “You’re no daisy. No daisy at all.
The daisy is actually two flowers in one, called a composite flower. The yellow center is called the disc floret and the outer petals are the ray floret. Because they are actually two flower in one, blending it such beautiful harmony the also symbolize true love!
Symmetry is another manifestation of the balance of Yin and Yang, of the unimpeded flow of ch'i. Ch’I is a river pristine energy, a power that not only flows through us, but unites our tangible self, our body, thoughts, emotions and sensations to our intangible our spirit and consciousness. Ch’I is the crux of our pure self.
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