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Kwanzaa wishes: Kwanzaa is the most colorful festival for African Americans and the great opportunity to celebrate their seven best days of the year with their lovely family and friends. Families gather for the big feast and it is very important to say a few warm words to express your love for them at this joyful event! Are you looking for adorable Kwanzaa greetings and greetings that will melt the hearts of your loved ones? You are in the right place! Choose your favorite Kwanzaa greeting from here and send it to your loved ones. Nothing makes the party more colorful than a few warm and lovable words.
By sending you a Kwanzaa blessing from my family to yours. May you be blessed every seven days with your favorite company. May the Lord bless you and bring you a smile.
I wish you a harvest full of smile, love and meal, filled with family and friends and plenty of happiness. I wish you a happy Kwanzaa, my dear. May the Lord bless you.
In the name of the Lord, I hope that this Kwanzaa brings you joy, hope, good vibrations and prosperity in your life. Make a feast for this Kwanzaa. Stay safe and have fun.
In this auspicious celebration, hope that Kwanzaa will bring you light and brightness in your life and will improve it in its own way. May you feel the love and the warmth. Wishing you a happy Kwanzaa.
I hope you enjoy this weeklong celebration with your loved ones and loved ones. Many happy greetings for Kwanzaa. May the Lord bless you and your family.
May you enter the new year with all the promises of Nguzo Saba! Have a good time at this festive festival. God bless you, my dear.
Celebrate the joyful moment of Kwanzaa with a charming feast and groovy moves with your friends and family. May the Lord bless you forever and ever.
This week-long celebration can fill not only your belly but also your heart. May he bring happiness and your loved ones closer to your heart. Happy Kwanzaa.
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Kwanzaa Greeting Messages
I feel so lucky to have you in my life, darling. I hope you will spend a pleasant holiday in Kwanza. Enjoy your life to the fullest. May the Lord bless you with a lot of chocolate cake on this Kwanzaa.
In this beautiful party, dance to Kwanzaa rhythms. Thank you for being the wonderful and great person of my life who does not leave me any opportunity to entertain myself.
You sacrificed your own happiness, just so that I could be happy. I am always grateful. Hoping that these holidays in Kwanzaa are the most memorable for us. Happy Kwanzaa.
The greatest happiness is the happiness of the family. I am happy to be here with you. I send you all my warm greetings for a very happy Kwanzaa, my dear.
I am blessed to have so many great things in my life – family, friends and God. Everything will be in my thoughts every day. I hope your Kwanza party shines on all the other holidays this year.
May these Kwanzaa candles bring you new rays of hope and brightness in your life, give you all the courage and the good waves to conquer the world your way. Happy Kwanzaa.
Hoping that your celebration in Kwanzaa leaves you with a lot of sweet memories to look into the future. Have a great feast with your family and have fun. Happy Kwanzaa!
May the sadness never touch us, the hands of God bless us tirelessly. You are closer to my heart in Kwanzaa and always. May the Lord always bless you. Happy Kwanzaa.
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"Kwanzaa is a special time to remember ancestors, bridge builders and leaders." – Dorothy Winbush Riley
Umoja, Kujichagulia, Ujima, Nia, Kujamaa, Kuumba, Imani, Happy Kwanzaa. "- Unknown
Cross the river in crowds and the crocodile will not eat you. "- African proverb
"Umoja (Unity): Strive to maintain the unity of family, community, nation and race."
"Kujichagulia (self-determination): To define oneself and to name oneself, as well as to create oneself and to speak for oneself."
"Ujima (Collective work and responsibility): Build and maintain together our community and make problems of our brothers and sisters our problems and solve them together."
"Ujamaa (cooperative economy): build and maintain our own stores, stores and other businesses and benefit from them together."
Nia (Purpose): To make our collective vocation the construction and development of our community in order to restore to our people its traditional greatness.
"Kuumba (Creativity): Always do all we can, in the way we can, so that our community is more beautiful and more beneficial than it has been inherited."
"Imani (Faith): To believe with all our heart in our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders, the justice and the victory of our struggle."
"A family is like a forest when you are outside, it is dense, when you are inside, you see that every tree has its place." – Proverb of Africa
"There is no one who became rich because he broke a holiday, nobody got fat because he broke a fast." – Ethiopian proverb
"If you want to go fast, leave alone. If you want to go far, go together. "- Proverb of Africa
"Go back to the old watering points for more than just water; friends and dreams are here to meet you. – African proverb
"As we lose trust in one another, the sea engulfs us and the light goes out." – James A. Baldwin
"A man is called selfish not for pursuing his own good, but for neglecting his neighbor's." -Richard Whately
"He who eats alone can not discuss the taste of food with others." – Proverb of Africa
"Each of us is a being in ourselves and a being in society, each of us needs to understand ourselves and others, to take care of others and to take care of ourselves." – Haniel Long
Kwanzaa has long held a very important place in the hearts of African Americans. Send warm wishes to all those who celebrate this beautiful occasion of love and happiness. Offer them traditional, educational and cultural gifts – like the ritual, but do not forget to add others with your beautiful Kwanzaa wishes. On the festival of the end of the year harvests. Spread your heart with incredible wishes. You can even have separate wishes based on the kikombe cha Umoja, the kinara, the mazao, the mishumaa saba, the mkeka, the vibunzi and the zawadi. Do you greet with "Habari Gani" or "What is the news?" And have fun exchanging your love and food. I hope you have a Kwanzaa very happy and safe.