The moth is an interesting symbol. I've been noticing them a lot recently (I think this is partly because it is getting colder, and they come inside for warmth). I don't think anything unusual about them, I've just noticed them in peculiar places. such as at my schools window, and I noticed it when I would usually overlook such a place. In my room, all the time, along with my house. So I've decided to do some research on the symbolism of the moth.
The moth has similarities with the butterfly, however, there are a few differences. The moth is nocturnal, and the butterfly is diurnal. The moth is usually associated with vulnerability (not always a bad thing), determination, concealment, attraction, subtlety, intuition, and faith. The moth demonstrates this faith and determination to fly to a source of light, even if it dies trying. The moth is vulnerable during this path, it is open to attack because it's mind is set on going to the light. The moth can also be considered alluring and mysterious, since they are so beautiful and hypnotic when the moonlight gleams against their wings. The moth is also at hiding within plain sight. They can camoflage themselves from predators, and adapt to the situation.
I've never really noticed the moth, until I let one fly free. It was trying very hard to fly through the glass patio door to my backyard. So I opened it to let it free, it didn't understand the door was open. So I got a cup, and a piece of paper, and captured it. I then took it outside, and let it fly away. Afterwards, I've noticed moths more than I have before.