The Meaning of Life: How to Interpret His Complicated, Yet Very Simple Question | Relijournal
Give someone the gift of LIFE this Valentine's Day and any day with the Akawelle necklace made from spent bullet casings. Sounds a bit strange to you? Trust us! This couldn€™t be a better symbol of love!The story starts in the refugee camps of Ghana where thousands of Liberians fled to during the civil war. Lovetta Conto was one of those refugees. Here she was approached by the Strongheart Fellowship Program and from that moment her dream of being a designer started looking more like a reality.Lovetta created the Akawelle necklace, meaning 'also known as LOVE'. It features two pendants, a leaf inscribed with the word LIFE, made from the bullet casings that litter the streets of Liberia, and a single bead which is the bottom of the bullet shell. This necklace represents the idea that there is the promise of life even through strife and hardship. Proceeds help to aid the Strongheart House where children from warring countries come for a chance at a better life.What could possibly be more romantic than giving someone a chance at a better life?Where to Buy - Strongheart FellowshipPrice - $100.00Who - Melimeli was the first to add the 'Akawelle Necklace' to the Hive.
by Chris K.
My journey from fab to flab has come to an interesting crossroads. Just 28 days since I first submitted myself prostrate to Clay and Elizabeth Burwell at High Performance, my body - and life - has changed. And I am noticing it. Like, I was kind of jogging to the subway a few days ago, and I could feel my pecs bouncing up and down. Because there are muscles in there now. First time ever for that. But believe me that's just the beginning. Read on for more on my total lifestyle transformation...