Hatsu-Ikê in Mozambique Central Headquarters
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On February 1st, the Hatsu-Ikê ceremony was held at the Maputo Central Headquarters, in Mozambique. Hatsu-Ikê – the first flower of the year – created in 1997, symbolizes our gratitude to God for the blessings of Nature, and its purpose is to thank Him for the mission given us to create Paradise on Earth through the flower. As part of the ceremony, the “first flower of the year” is made on the altar.

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