Kahari

Habari

Kahari HeritageComment

Habari is a way to say "hello" in Swahili. Habari can also mean "any news"? There are also many variants to the word Habari, which represents a specific time of day.

Ignorance Perpetuated As Consciousness Via Social Media...

Kahari Heritage

I have found that on my path of enlightenment, so many people want to be right and argue their point. They forget that at one point in their journey they were asleep and did not "know" what they "know" now. The path of enlightenment is a continuous journey. What is perceived to be truth at the moment may not be so later on in your walk. I find it so irritating to see so many people on social media platforms that have so many opinions, explanations and rebuttals. They're one sided in what they feel is correct. It saddens me. Everyone is on a different path of consciousness. How and when The Most High chooses to use us to get to that higher mind set is His choosing! While I have used social media to start me on my path, I feel the effects of the negativity getting to me. I wanted truth and insight... I feel that consciousnesses and " being woke " is what you want it to mean. Your clothing, hair, verbiage means nothing. You should conduct your own research to answer whatever questions you may have about the world...to find peace with it within yourself...Not to fit in to what other "woke" individuals feel you should be. My truth maybe different from yours. But who's to say who's right? No one walking this earth is perfect. No one man here knows it all. So let's quit trying to always find fault in what other people see as their truth and embrace that at least they are trying to ascend higher. 

 

Peace & Blessings 

https://www.kahariheritage.com/shop/do-your-research-t-shirt

Transatlantic Slave Trade

HistoryKahari HeritageComment

So-called Black/Negro/African-American people make up some of the descendants of the ancient Hebrews of Israel.  The picture of “Jesus” that is commonly accepted is not accurate and is probably Caesar Bogoria. The Scriptures and Gospels do not teach Christianity, rather, Christianity mixes pagan traditions and worldly views with the Truth of the Word.  Christians, Jewish people, and Muslims all had a hand in the slave trade and the oppression of Hebrews.  Christians did the same thing that is done today, part of the Word is used to promote a specific idea and the rest is ignored, to justify and perpetuate slavery in America.

Ubuntu

Heritage, HistoryKahari Heritage

It is evident that as a culture we need togetherness and unity with our fellow brothers and sisters. We have to come together and not continue dividing ourselves. We will have more as a whole when we work together. When we support black owned businesses, we put our money back into our communities and our dollar is circulated longer. We have buying power! A lot of us just choose to buy the wrong things and with the wrong people. We must change our generational way of thinking! Get out of the slave mentality that has been handed down throughout the years. Take your mind away from what the media is showing us, take a look around your communities, in your families and see that we need each other! Let’s keep the principle of ubuntu strong by supporting each other and sowing the seeds for a more fruitful future for those generations to come. We are the chosen people! 

Kahari Video 5/7/2017

Kahari Heritage

Planting "Tiny" Seeds

HeritageKahari HeritageComment

A seed is something that is planted with the hopes that it will grow and progress into something that is beneficial one day. A seed has an initial blueprint, one that was mastered into its creation from the very beginning of its inception into the womb of a mother or the womb of the Earth. Seedlings have a destination, and that destination is based on the compass it chooses to follow or one where it is slowly blown along an unforeseen path. Seeds have their origin from the "mother," whether it be beast or foliage. 

Tag Line/Mission Statement

Kahari HeritageComment

Mission Statement: Kahari specializes in unique, customized Afrikan-centered pieces for infants and youth. We are inspired by bright, bold colors, prints and designs. Our mission is to bring about cultural awareness that embraces and uplifts our community.

Heritage: What is a heritage?

Kahari HeritageComment

A heritage is a concept or mode of thinking that is passed on to one's generation. Not only is the current generation affected by the term heritage, but subsequent generations are affected by this term also. A heritage is something that one builds for his or her children and other family members. It is something that will stand the test of time, and it is deeply instilled within an individual. Not only is a heritage seen physically, but it is also felt spiritually. Therefore, a heritage can be a physical or spiritual construct.