As my gift to you, I present the Triquetra, the Celtic Trinity Knot.
Interlacing pattern design within the endless knot dates back to the Roman Empire, where they were used as decorations on floor mosaics and architecture. These knot design has been found in other historical civilizations, most notably traced to the Celts during the Iron Age, when the Celts became experts at making jewelry and other artisanal items. There are many designs and some are quite sophisticated in their patterns. The Triquetra has three corners, so was embraced by early Christians to represent the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Other religious groups have also identified with this three-cornered weave design to represent mind, body and spirit or peace, joy, and love.