#Omens&Symbols . . . Tabono, the four conjoint paddles/oars

It is an African symbol representing strength, perseverance, persistence
and purposefulness. The word tabono is interpreted as paddle or oar in
Adinkra language.Drawn as four conjoint paddles/oars, tabono symbol
means that one cannot simply achieve greatness without sacrificing,
working hard and staying strong

Text & image source: Symbols and Meanings https://www.facebook.com/SymbolsAndMeanings/

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