The end of a rainbow is an area that is often used as a symbol of hope and promise. The end of the rainbow can be referred to in literature, music and film. The end of the rainbow is also known as pot of gold.
In Irish mythology, it is believed that the end of the rainbow contains treasure or wishes come true. In Chinese mythology, it is believed that you will find happiness if you reach the end of a rainbow.
In Greek mythology, it is believed that Zeus sent Iris to Earth to give humans a gift from him in hopes that they would stop worshiping him so much. This gift turned out to be a pot with many different things inside it including herbs and flowers. The pot itself was made out of gold so that people could use it for jewelry or just wear it around their necks like an amulet.
In today’s society, many people believe that if they go looking for their own pot of gold at the end of every rainbow they will find something even more valuable than what they were looking for originally: fame and fortune!
Last modified: October 29, 2022