Kwanzaa — 11 Comments

  1. Very interesting to hear about this festival as we don’t have it in England, at least not round here. They are very good principles for living, and interesting to see the African words next to them.

  2. Hi Diane,

    Happy Kwanzaa!!! 🙂 Thanks for sharing an informative post. Yesterday, I was looking at your work, and the first thought was, although it is all great, there is something about this series’ I call them bubbles and mean this with only the highest respect – these painting speaks to me… I don’t why…

    Have a beautiful day, a safe and Happy New Year, and Happy Blogging 2008!



    P.S. I think mixing your art with poetry, etc., is really a great idea. It is as if it tell “your” story or interpretation of your art.

  3. Hi Diane,
    Happy Kwanzaa to you! Thanks for posting the 7 principles. I love love these bubblescapes, they really appeal to me. The colors, round forms, vibrancy.

    By the way, I have tagged you on my blog!! You are IT!

  4. Hi Chris, what a great idea to talk about the principles of Kwanzaa and marketing … of course, they are similar to the principles I try to live by and therefore market by.

    Hi Bobbie, I will do that .. thank you for caring!

    Hi Irene, you may be right that are right for life and marketing … they are solid principles!!

    Hi Pandi, thank you so much for coming by … I have been writing about marketing and I will continue to … thank you!

    Hi Beverly, Yes, good good principles! I don’t know if it is celebrated in England … it might be – I think want it to be international … but not sure.

    Hi Nicola, thank you for being interested!! I enjoy sharing knowledge!

    Hi Ruthie, it is bubblescapes … a good solid (well, maybe not so solid) word! Clearly, the bubbles speak to many people … I am thrilled!!! Thank you for your idea of continuing with the poetry.

    Hi Kris, glad you like these principles!! And delighted you l love these bubblescapes!! I do too. I will have to go check out this tagging thing …

    Thank you!
    ~ Diane Clancy

  5. That is why Kwanzaa Order. The most central is, Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics): To build and maintain our own stores, shops and other businesses and to profit from them together. As the fact, the world now is learning for Long Term Cooperative Action to address Climate Change. You do open the new market.


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