I was recently asked on crowdtap what my most prized possession is and people that really know me , knows money is not everything to me it is nice to have but other things have greater meaning in my life. so one of these prize possessions is a salt and pepper camel holder shaker set that an elderly friend gave to me as a valentines gift when him and his wife went back to their home town of ABU DHABI . This elderly friend told me I was like a daughter to him and for a man that he and his wife are traditional Muslims and even though they are naturalized Americans they have stuck to their culture and beliefs this is the highest honor he could pay me.
The other would be the sisterhood ring given to me by my sister after her fight with breast cancer. the given of this ring during or after breast cancer was started by one remarkable woman Debbie Dill began the tradition of giving this ring, which represents two parallel lives, to the women in her life that shared a special bond of friendship. If you have a special friend that inspires and encourages you, this may be the ideal ring to symbolize your “sisterhood” solidarity.
The other is this bedspread that I am laying on given to me by a elderly friend that is a shaman from Pakistan that went there after his wife passed away he brought a red one back for the woman that washed his wife’s body and a pink one back for me.
So in all my possessions these have greater value and meaning to me. They are gifts from the heart. They are not high in monetary value but have great meaning value