A candle is an ignitable wick embedded in wax, or another flammable solid substance such as tallow, that provides light, and in some cases, a fragrance. A candle can also provide heat or a method of keeping time. A scented candle, made with fragrant oils mixed into the wax, gives off a pleasant aroma when burning. Luxury candles tend to use higher-end alternatives to paraffin, such as coconut wax, beeswax, and soy wax. For example, our candles are made with natural soy wax, which burns less quickly than paraffin and allows you to savor the ambience and aroma up to 50% longer. The candlelight symbolizes birth, death, resurrection, and sacredness. It also represents the light amid the darkness of life, bright future, vitality of the sun, or uncertainty of life and transience. Candles lit at the time of death give light to the darkness of death and symbolize the light in the afterlife. Candles can transform your space into a calming environment that will promote relaxation. The scents will circulate all over the space and improve your mood to reduce the risk of stress. Even in modern times, a candle still represents safety, warmth and hope. We use candles and other symbols to represent our belief in the eternal nature of love that can never be extinguished. The power of these symbols is very evident here at HopeHealth through our December Light Up a Life remembrance services. A burning candle melts slowly and slowly giving out light. motto of our life should be similar to that of a burning candle. just like a candle we should fill lives of other with happiness and brighten their lives.