Two red horseshoes interlocking to create a number three with red lines radiating away from it and blue text underneath on a white background with a blue ring around the outer edge.
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The number 3 is a commonly known “lucky number”. The number 3 is highlighted in many religions and cultures. One example is in Christianity as the trinity: God the Father, God the Sun, and God the Holy Spirit. Another example is in Buddhism as it references the “three jewels”. In Chinese culture, the number 3 is considered to be an auspicious number. The number 3 sounds similar to “life” in Mandarin. The number 3 is also found in folk tales such as Three Little Pigs, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, and Three Billy Goats Gruff.
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