How to Make a Vision Board for Kwanzaa by Joyce Schwarz, bestselling author THE VISION BOARD book
Kwanzaa 2016 in United States of America started on
Monday, December 26 and will end on Sunday, January 1, 2017
What is Kwanzaa -- google defines it as a:
festival observed by many African Americans from December 26 to January 1 as a celebration of their cultural heritage and traditional values.
Yes, you can make a vision board with your family for Kwanzaa...says Joyce Schwarz, bestselling author THE VISION BOARD book See more info at http://www.visionboard.info
Step # 1 -go to the official Kwanzaa website online to get more info on this wondeful holiday time: kwanzaasite
Step # 2 Read the 50th anniversary message from the creator of Kwanzaa DR. MAULANA KARENGA click here
Step # 3 Understand the 7 symbols of Kwanzaa:
The 7 symbols of Kwanzaa
- Mkeka: a mat.
- Mazao: fruits and vegetables.
- Muhindi: ears of corn.
- Kinara: a candleholder.
- Mishumaa saba: the seven candles.
- Kikombe cha umoja: the unity cup.
- Zawadi: the gifts.
STEP # 4 Find pictures of these symbols online:
Step 5 Schedule your vision board creation prior to December 32 and display it prominently that night. The Kwanzaa feast is held on the evening of December 31. The feast is not just about food -- it is also a time to sing, pray and celebrate African history and culture.
Make a vision board creation an annual tradition for your family no matter what your ethnic background is
Here is an example of a #Kyanzaa #visionboard courtesy of www.visionboardinstitute.com and Joyce Schwarz