PSYCHOLOGY

Nativity Riddle: It Is Not Easy To Spot All Different Patterns Of Snowflakes In This Christmas Scene

Date December 22, 2017 16:46

Many people are used to think of Christmas as a time when the weather is cold, and everything around is covered in snow. After all, it is what it looks like back at Santa's, right?

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But when you think of Christmas as a commemoration of our Lord's birth, you start wondering if these little white snowflakes could ever be found in a manger of baby Jesus.

And in blessing him I was blessed,

And in comforting him I was comforted… -  Jessica Coupe 

In 2013, for instance, a snowstorm brought a white Christmas to Turkey and Palestine. Many people there have never seen snow in real life.

At this Christmas when Christ comes, will He find a warm heart? Mark the season of Advent by loving and serving the others with God's own love and concern. -Mother Teresa

And this is what our today's festive puzzle is about. In the picture below, you can see a traditional nativity scene with Joseph, Mary, and baby Jesus. But there is one addition – numerous snowflakes with different sizes, shapes, and patterns. The latter is what you need to pay special attention to.

All the Christmas presents in the world are worth nothing without the presence of Christ. -David Jeremiah

So, here is your task for today: count all different patterns of snowflakes in this Christmas nativity scene.

Take your time and look through the entire picture. How many different snowflakes have you spotted so far?

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The Son of God became man to enable men to become the sons of God. — C. S. Lewis

If you know the answer already (or maybe need a little hint), take a look at the picture below.

So, did you find all the snowflakes at one dash?

Tell us about your results in a comment below. And don't forget to share this festive riddle with your friends and family to let them have some fun. Merry Christmas!

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