Bronze-Clad Bookends After Rodin's "Le Penseur" (The Thinker) with Dark Finish (LEO Design)

An "epiphany" is a life-changing realization—one which has the power to alter the course of one's future. An epiphany usually strikes suddenly and dramatically but it also can evolve over time with thought. These bronze-clad "Thinker" bookends, modeled after Rodin's "Le Penseur" (1902), seem well on their way to an epiphany. Click on the photo above to learn more about them.

In Western Christianity, "The Feast of The Epiphany" is celebrated on (or about) the 6th of January. It represents the manifestation of the Christ Child to the Gentiles—usually symbolized by the Three Magi (the Gentiles) recognizing Jesus as God Incarnate and prostrating themselves before him. 

The Twelve Days of Christmas end the night before (5 January, sometimes called "Twelfth Night" or "Epiphany Eve"). And Epiphany is sometimes called "Three Kings' Day" or "Little Christmas"—and is the date on which some Christians celebrate the birth of Christ.


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