It’s the letter “M” in the first part and in a second an infinite heart for endless love.
Noora (Finland) “My first tattoo. This sentence means me very much. It has been difficult to me to trust that I am good enough like I am.”
Pascalle (Canada) “Just had my first tattoos done on my birthday this past week. A small heart on my foot, and 2 tiny stars on my right side, ribs. The stars represent my 2 Special Little Stars, my sons, ages 5 and 1. The tattoos were painful, but like childbirth, worth every single minute of pain…”
SIlvia (Florence) “”Ad Maiora” is translate literally as “Towards greater things”. It is a formula of greeting used to wish more success in life, career or love.”
Birth Dates of my two most loved people.
Taylor (Hartford) “A small heart on left upper chest, for my baby sister Gabriella.”
Manuel D (Culiacan, Sinaloa) “My sister’s favorite animal, she means everything to me”
These are lyrics to Tom Petty’s “Wildflowers” in my mom’s handwriting. This was the song that was playing while she passed away so it carries a lot of meaning to it and reminds me that she is with me always
Both of the themes behind these tattoos tie in together – to never give up, to keep trying, always; and that it doesn’t matter how many times you fall down, but how many times you get back up. I got them both as a self-reminder and as a symbol of strength.
Mathilda (Värnamo) “My name in words.”
Hanna E (Sundsvall, Sweden) “Jag valde just triangeln för att det är någonting jag alltid velat ha intattuerat. Som en milstolpe i mitt liv att efter hur allting har varit så klarar jag mig alltid.”
Live like every day is your last, Say I love you every chance you have to the people who matter. Live like we’re dying