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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Tabono Play Hard Work Hard

Adinkra Symbol Tabono Symbol Meaning

African Adinkra Symbol
Tabono is an African Adinkra symbol whose secret meaning is strength, persistence, and hard work.
Tabono Adinkra Symbol

Adinkra Symbol Tabono Symbol Meaning


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Adinkra symbols are pictures that narrate a history, belief or philosophy.


West African Adinkra symbols represent ideas, proverbs, expressions, attitudes and behavior depicted in simple drawn figure, think of it as a way of writing in code. The secret language of Adinkra symbols recount the values and principles of the West African Asante people.

Adinkra symbol tabono symbol meaning is strength, persistence, and hard work, tabobo is four paddles or oars. Tabono teaches you cannot have a million dollar dream with a minimum wage work ethic.


Did you know?
Adinkra symbols are pictures that relate to the history, beliefs and philosophy of the Asante people. Adinkra symbols are well-known visual symbols that have a hidden meaning, deciphering Adinkra symbols is the same as reading a sentence as long as you know what is the symbols true meaning.
Tabono is an Adinkra symbol whose secret meaning is strength, persistence, and hard work
Tabono Adinkra Symbol


I grew up in poverty, but I always saw it as a challenge. The good thing is that you can surmount a challenge if you are willing to pay the price. The price is hard work. – Dr. Reginald Abraham Mengi, Tanzania media mogul


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