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USICHAGUE MCHUMBA SIKU YA IDI

A Kiswahili saying meaning: Don’t select a mate during Eid Some sober relationship advise there. Eid is the ‘breaking fast’ festival at the close of Ramadan. There’s a lot of feasting, eating, making merry. Everybody is happy and kind and shows off their best from clothing to character. This simply means, choose your mate when […]

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PENYE NIA PANA NJIA

A Kiswahili saying meaning: WHERE THERE’S A WILL THERE’S A WAY The blues and greens of this throw pillow are inspired by the ocean and the ocean as a metaphor for life. Sometimes life’s ocean is calm and sometimes stormy. We made this pillow to inspire you no matter what you’re facing. Don’t give up! […]

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Usiache mbachao kwa mswala upitao

KISWAHILI SAYING MEANING: Don’t throw away your old rag for a borrowed mat Ever heard the story about the person who left home in search of promise of fulfillment elsewhere only to return home forlorn and discover it was always there to begin with? Yeah … that’s pretty self explanatory. 🙂

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Lisilokuwapo moyoni halipo machoni

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Nyumba, ijapo ndogo, mpenzi hakosi nafasi

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Tabasamu hushibisha

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Asili Ya huba mwanzowe ni jicho

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Mo No Yo

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Gye W'ani

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Fafanto

Adinkra symbolism for butterfly. Fafanto embodies the contrasting qualities of the butterfly which while fragile and delicate, still has the enormous freedom to fly anywhere it chooses.

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