There is no defined or widely accepted meaning behind a piercing in the left ear. While there have been urban myths regarding the meaning of particular ear piercings and homosexuality, none have proven to be consistently true. Personal choice is now the explanation for a specific ear choice.
In the past, it had been believed that a man would choose which ear to pierce based on his sexual orientation: the left meant he was heterosexual and the right meant he was homosexual. However, with the rise in popularity of male ear piercings, the choice in ear has become more of a personal or stylistic one rather than one based on arbitrary rules or urban myths.Learn More
A man wears an earring in whichever ear he pleases. At one point in American history, there was supposedly an encoded message about sexuality contained a man's choice of the left or right side, but today, having an earring on either side means only that you have a hole in your ear.Full Answer >
777 is a number commonly associated with good luck and supernatural powers. In Christianity, the number 777 represents holiness in contrast to the number 666, which denotes evil and negative spiritual influence.Full Answer >
Several organs are located on the left side of the body, including the left eye, the left ear, the left lung, the spleen, the left kidney, the bladder, the adrenal gland, the pancreas, the left ureter, the left Fallopian tube and the left ovary. A handful of organs straddle both sides of the body, such as the skin, the nose, the mouth, the brain, the heart, the stomach, the small intestine, the large intestine and the rectum. In males, the left testicle is also considered a left side organ.Full Answer >
"A Psalm of Life" is a poem written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Its subtitle reads "What the heart of the young man said to the psalmist." It is the poet's response to blind faith in religion, especially Christianity.Full Answer >