Both a shofar and Cornucopia are are types of horns. Granted the cornucopia has been more modified and usually is a kind of woven basket.
Fine Art is a form of inspirational and/or aesthetically appreciated visual communication that can always be understood as a kind of investment.
The Song of Songs turns into an image by using the original Torah font Hebrew letters of scripture texts as each stroke to create the image of the Swan Lovers artwork.
Events of the 20th Century proved that over time three items remain the best investments. Whatever the markets, discoveries or inventions produce, through the ups and downs of inflations, recessions and even depressions, fine art, precious metals and precious gems stand out as on-going excellent investments.
When the brain is taught to visually recognize emotional energy as just energy when it decodes perceptual impressions, unwanted emotional subconscious re-stimulation can decrease. This is also being accomplished through a new form of art.
Many psychologists inform us that being grateful promotes mental health, even physical health (as worry, self-pity and anger are known to negatively influence health). In researching this idea, it seems that one of the earliest sources for this actually comes from the Bible’s Proverbs 17:22 (KJV), which says, “A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones.”