This symbol is called “Gye Nyame” and represents the omnipotence of our Father. The Akan language "Gye" means except and "Nyame" means God, and so this basically means except for God. It is pretty safe to say that this Adinkra symbol is by far the most popular one. You can literally find them everywhere. This symbol represents the utmost supremacy of Nyame and it is associated with the following saying “No one has ever lived long enough to see the beginning of creation and no one will ever live long enough to see its very ending except God”. The same God who with the power their word, spoke our world into it's very existence.
Love is… speaking life into existence.
Standing guard over what our hearts treasure most, is the warrior inside us all. That vigilant soldier, seemingly dormant in times of peace, yet positioned to fight in order to protect what matters most: faith, family, freedoms… Nkwa.
"Nkwa" is an Akan word that refers to an abundance or fullness of life beyond mere existence. The full manifestation of nkwa includes long life, fertility, vigor, health, wealth, happiness, felicity, and peace. Achieving nkwa means experiencing a complete picture of wellness. It is that space we are willing to fearlessly fight for to obtain and to maintain.
Love is... that secret place of the heart which holds our greatest treasures near.