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In China, during the Qing (pronounced "ching") Dynasty, officials, army officers, their wives and children were required to wear strings of court beads. The
Emperor himself had to wear special beads. For the Asante people of West Africa, kings and other great people get the privilege of wearing Bodom beads.
In our own society beads of pearl, gold and precious stones can be symbols of wealth and prestige.
Given the length of time people have been fascinated with beads (over 43,000 years!), as well as their usefulness for counting, adorning and symbolizing
importance, they're just right for recognizing and recording your courage as you travel this journey.