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Michael's windrose  In the Middle Ages, the names of the winds were commonly known throughout the Mediterranean countries as tramontana (N), greco (NE), levante (E), siroco (SE), ostro (S), libeccio (SW), ponente (W) and maestro (NW). On portolan charts you can see the initials of these winds labeled around the edge as T, G, L, S, O, L, P, and M.

Michael's windrose In the Middle Ages, the names of the winds were commonly known throughout the Mediterranean countries as tramontana (N), greco (NE), levante (E), siroco (SE), ostro (S), libeccio (SW), ponente (W) and maestro (NW). On portolan charts you can see the initials of these winds labeled around the edge as T, G, L, S, O, L, P, and M.

Even with thinner lines, this compass is still sharp!

No matter what, in life, we need direction. By direction we could mean metaphorically being guided through certain situations or literally needing to know what physical direction to move towards.

God is greater than the up and downs!! Love love this!!

Interesting tatoo: "God is greater than the highs and lows." Check it out: a G for God, a greater than symbol, and an upside down V and right-side up V to symbolize the "highs" and "lows."from Nick Jonas