The cover shows a magnificent lion against a full moon. Inside, two proud lions survey their jungle kingdom. The lion is a symbol of personal strength, courage and leadership. Those who are competitive and strive for the highest level of success in sport and life relate to the dominant animal of the jungle. But there are other lessons too:
Life Lessons of the Kings:
- Be a Good Friend
- Stand up for others.
- Don’t sweat the small stuff.
- What goes around, comes around.
- Learn from your mistakes and move forward.
Give this card to a child, a Leo, to a lion-hearted friend, for a manly birthday, to your mane man, for your honey, for your protector, for Father’s Day, for gay pride.
You’re my lion.
You’re my mane man.
Spring is here and the dandy lions are everywhere.
Happy birthday to my mane squeeze.
Wishing You a Rip Roaring Birthday!
A lion sleeps in the heart of every brave man.
A man without a beard is like a lion without a mane.
My love is deep and pure.
Leos take everything to heart.
Protect what you love.
A King never lets his Queen slip away.
The strongest hearts have the most scars.
The Leo contains the essence of royalty.
Remember who you are.
Long live the King.
It’s a Gay Pride.
Lions are the only social animals of the entire cat family. Both males and females roar, and that roar can be heard over five miles away!
Hakuna Matata: The most famous lesson from The Lion King! It means “no worries,” and will remind kids and parents alike to not sweat the small stuff and live life to its fullest.
They have forever been a symbol of strength, power and ferocity. Leo characteristics: Large • Powerful • Good looking • Compelling • Courageous• Tyrannical.