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    Blog posts of '2009' 'July'

    (0) Celebrating Parents' Day in Congo - August 1st

    On August 1st throughout Congo, people will celebrate 'Parents Day'. Parents Day is a day set aside to recognize, uplift, and support the role of parents. Yes, we have Mothers Day and Fathers Day, but parents day is a day when not only parents are honored but parents take some time out to honor thei...

    (0) The Health Benefits of Carrot Oil

    We've all heard our mothers tell us to eat our vegetables, well here's a word to the wise; don't just eat carrots -- wear carrots! Now that may sound funny, but it's one of the best things you can do for your skin. Carrot oil is one of the best ways to keep the elasticity in your skin as you age, so...

    (0) africaimports.com website improvements
    One thing that we want to see happen in our business is that we constantly improve. There are improvements to what we do every week. The people who work here are excellent people who have found ways to make our service better in hundreds of ways. One of the things that improves regularly is our w...
    (0) Clean Your Bathroom with Essential Oils!
    Most people don't know that essential oils are some of the most powerful anti-bacterial tools you can use today. So instead of crawling around on your hands and knees with the dizzying smell of ammonia in the air, why not cleanse your bathroom with a natural, beautifully scented essential oil blen...
    (0) Using African Oils for Facelifting Massage
    Many times people resort to high-end creams or plastic surgery to create a more youthful appearance, but one of the best ways to promote younger skin is through massage! Massage with natural oils like shea nut oil, jojoba oil, grapeseed, or sweet almond oil also helps to moisturize and clear the ski...
    (0) Quote of the week by Rita Dove
    [caption id="attachment_2214" align="alignnone" width="210" caption="Rita Dove"]Rita Dove[/caption] "Without imagination we can go nowhere. And imagination is not restricted to the arts. Every scientist I have met who has been a success has had to imagine." Rita Dove is an American poet and author. She was...
    (0) Celebrating Republic Day in Tunisia - July 25th
    We want to wish the people of Tunisia a happy Republic Day tomorrow! Today commemorates the end of the Tunisian monarchy and the establishment of a republic in 1957. Find out more about other African holidays on the Africa Imports web site by Clicking Here....
    (0) What Does the Thinker Statue Mean?
    Meaning of Thinker Statue In African culture the ability to think instead of reacting is essential for the role of Kingship. This is why the thinker statue has become so popular in African artwork. Taken from the famous Auguste Rodin sculpture, The Thinker is depicted as a man in sober meditation battling with a powerful ...
    (0) Celebrating Revolution Day in Gambia - July 22nd
    On July 22nd, people in Gambia will celebrate the anniversary of the day when the current president Yahya Jammeh overthrew the that time acting president Dawda Jawara. Since this has happened the country of Gambia has prospered much more. The need to enhance public trust and confidence among the ...
    (0) What Does This Mudcloth Design Mean?
    Bones of a Snake Mudcloth Design Bones of a Snake. This pattern has an often disputed meaning, but the most common interpretation is that of bravery, because it refers to the bones of a snake, so it would identify a warrior killing a snake or showing bravery in some way. Find out more about the history, making, and meaning of mu...
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