Category Archives: Kwanzaa

Your 7 Perfect Senses

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Last Day of KWANZAA: Habari Gani? — IMANI — (Faith) Habarigani! It makes sense — the perfection of you is your perfect senses. They are always working whether consciously controlled or not. You have faith your senses will always work for you. This same faith can apply to any area of your life. There are at least […]

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Did I Do?

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If the Stevie Wonder’s Do I Do video isn’t visible, please visit: https://youtu.be/c6f6BOKXXxg Kuumba Salutation to 2016 inspired by Do I Do Many people think 2016 was a bust. A terrible year. A year of too many deaths. A year the universe didn’t listen. Any of this could be true, and I’d like to offer […]

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Nia Means Purpose

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Mirror Art Design by Sayy W. Pauly “To make our collective vocation the building and developing of our community in order to restore our people to their traditional greatness” –from the official Kwanzaa website. Habari Gani! On this fifth day of Kwanzaa we acknowledge Nia — Purpose. Central to each person’s purpose is finding contentment and peace. […]

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FAQ Money Consciousness

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Today is Ujamaa, the Kwanzaa principle of cooperative economics. Many people recommend economic prosperity as the answer for healing the families and communities in which we find ourselves. This has resulted in the proliferation of buy Black campaigns across the country. Here are a few questions that people ask in hushed tones so as not to be seen […]

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Healthy Work Consciousness

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Habari Gani?! Ujima! Habarigani What’s the news? Collective Work and Responsibility! That’s the news! It’s the third day of Kwanzaa and the gift of this day in the holiday season is allowing a closer look at the way we work together. Holistic health is inclusive of effort expended to get what we want in terms of […]

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5 Best & Excellent Determinations

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From my mouth to God’s ears, as the saying goes. For this second day of Kwanzaa, I greet you with Habari Gani, Kujichagulia! Self-determination is what kuji-cha-gu-lia  means, and for The Healmobile, this is a big one. I am not sure why the word “self” is placed in front of determined, but I am determined to be Best & Excellent […]

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Eye Roll This Way

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When women (or men for that matter) roll their eyes at someone or a situation, the meaning is clear. The last nerve has been broached. The horror of it is –why let things get to the last nerve? I discuss nerves and nerve health a bit more in this post. This time I want to address that […]

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Kuumba! Nia! Imani!

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Most exalted is the One in whose hands is all dominion, and GOD is omnipotent! (67:1) Kuumba is the 5th day of Kwanzaa and I was in TOTAL CREATIVITY yesterday, Wednesday. I made a movie about REIKI, which should be posted soon. OK, it took more than one day. Maybe I started on Tuesday. Today is Thursday. […]

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Ujima Greetings — Collective Work and Responsibility

Dear Beloveds, In the spirit of UJIMA I greet you with HABARI GANI — UJIMA! In the Name of GOD, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. Peace be with each of you as you seek and declare Collective Work and Responsibility in this Kwanzaa and holiday season. As I recite the Declaration of the International Black Summit, […]

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Kujichagulia Greetings – Self-Determination

Habari Gani Kujichagulia!  We are now in the day of self-determination. I am determined to complete my projects for the day. I am determined to meet my grandson and daughter at a Kwanzaa event in New York City today. I am determined to stay happy–in-joy– because I am positive I am supported by my Creator, family, […]

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