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There is nothing new under the sun -- Ecclesiastes 1:9.

"Once, while he was sitting in the sun in the Craneum, Alexander was standing by, and said to him, "Ask any favour you choose of me." And he replied, "Cease to shade me from the sun.""--Diogenes of Sinope in "Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers"

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The star which the Earth revolves around and receives light and warmth from, the Sun.

The Moon and the Sun are associated with the yin and yang where the Moon represents yin and the Sun yang as dynamic opposites.

Sun symbolism

solar symbol

A solar symbol is a symbol which symbolises the Sun. Solar symbols can have significance in psychoanalysis, symbolism, semiotics, astrology, religion, mythology, mysticism, divination, heraldry, and vexillology, among other fields.

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