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Rosary | Kompoloi in Greek
The modern Greek word Komboloi derives from kombos (knot) and logio (collection) or the verb leo (say). It is said that it is short for the phrase “in every knot I say a prayer“.
The Komboloi may be one of the most typical symbols of the Greek easy-going mentality. Yet the history of the Κomboloi and its origins date back to time, when monks in Mount Athos began making strands of beads by tying knots on a string in order to say their prayers to God. However, in modern times the Komboloi is not designed for religious purposes but rather for fun and relaxation.
The pleasure of the action and the clicking noise of the beads turns the overall performance in an easy motion that is reported to help ease tension.
The most common quiet method is to start at one end of the thread or chain, near the shield, and to pull the thread forward using that hand’s thumb and the side of the index finger until one of the beads is reached. Then the cord is tipped so that the bead falls and hits the shield. This is repeated until all the beads have been tipped and then the user starts over. Enjoy!
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