The African Culture "Kaya"

Recently, a good friend of mine introduced me to this word with the beautiful meanings it carries… Hope you will find it as amuzing as I did…
“Kaya” is the African word of power and energy..
African legends tell: Kaya is the source of life.. and as long as you are alive, you have power and energy, yet in cases of fatigue, the kaya in existence is simply misguided, not drained.
African beats and rhythms serve as natural music-therapy; the even beats, which vary in speed and intensity at some points, represent the tribulations of Kaya. When the representation is complete, the journey of sorting out one’s fatigue is clearer, thus re-guiding the Kaya…

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X-dreamer, fighter and writer... Using words to unleash the pain that eats me from the inside out, day after day!
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3 Responses to The African Culture "Kaya"

  1. IsaacMan says:

    thank u for introducing us to this word, me like this kind of stuff, i like to know more and more about different cultures and the things they believe in…just like "Hakuna matata" is a Swahili saying meaning "No Worries" šŸ˜€ :Dbtw, Kaya and Karma are nice names for girls, they sound nice and have good meanings..

  2. :S :S :S S: says:

    Iam from the culture of ayak . I.e. the complete opposite of kaya…My energy is drained and I am in dear need of a break

  3. i like this new word you thought us but i have a new challenge for you, try to look up the word "ty chi" and then when you post it on your dear blog we will read it and i will invite you to ice cream although you ate mine today but all i can say is bon appetit "B" and you always welcome šŸ™‚

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