Chilli Jam: Although I call this chilli jam, I don't mean by this that it's the sort of thing you'd spread on your toast at breakfast (though smeared inside a bacon sandwich, it could be a real help one hungover morning) but rather a chilli jelly - chelly? - that glows a fiery, flecked red and is fabulous with cold meats or a cheese plate. And just a small pot of it makes a gorgeous present.
PLEASE READ!!!! I want anyone who has ever said they were "Fine" to like this pin. Because I know how it feels. You keep everything inside and don't tell anyone. And eventually all your emotion builds up and you explode or implode. Either way its fatal. Physically or emotionally. I'm here for anyone who wants to talk. Because you deserve to be honestly fine.
This chant got me through my breast cancer and all the fears that went with it. So far, it has not come back. I chanted this during procedures where I should have been screaming. Instead...I chanted. And the wonderful thing about it was...the technicians working on me chanted along with me.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sohum (सो ऽहम् so 'ham) is the Sanskrit for "I am He/That". (See also: Tat Tvam Asi.) When it applies to a person's name, according to Vedic philosophy it means identifying oneself with the universe or ultimate reality. Some say that when a child is born it cries Koham-Koham which means Who am I? That is when the universe replies back Sohum. You are the same as I am. It also stems from the Sanskrit word which means, "self pride."
Kente cloth was develoed by the Akan people of West Africa. Many of Akan live in Ghana and Ivory Coast today. Traditionally the cloths were for sacred and royal occassions. They feature bold designs and bright colors, each of which bears meaning. For example, black signifies maturity and strong spiritual energy.