TAKA IS ABOUT UNIVERSAL TRANSFORMATION.   One sound, two syllables, six languages. TAKA is a fluid concept that symbolizes the dynamic transformative nature we all carry, which reveals itself each step at a time, an echo of both past and future.   Ta·ka ta·ka, the echo of foot steps.   et·y·mol·o·gy   ˌ/edəˈmäləjē/   noun   the study of the origin of words and the way in which their meanings have changed throughout history.  TAKE (Icelandic)   BACKSIDE (Swahili)   DIRT (Polish)  PATH (Latvian)  COLLISION (Quechua),  HAWK ( Japanese).

TAKA IS ABOUT UNIVERSAL TRANSFORMATION.

One sound, two syllables, six languages. TAKA is a fluid concept that symbolizes the dynamic transformative nature we all carry, which reveals itself each step at a time, an echo of both past and future. 

Ta·ka ta·ka, the echo of foot steps.

et·y·mol·o·gy

ˌ/edəˈmäləjē/

noun

the study of the origin of words and the way in which their meanings have changed throughout history.

TAKE (Icelandic) 

BACKSIDE (Swahili) 

DIRT (Polish)

PATH (Latvian)

COLLISION (Quechua),

HAWK ( Japanese).

  TAKA IS ABOUT UNIVERSAL TRANSFORMATION.   One sound, two syllables, six languages. TAKA is a fluid concept that symbolizes the dynamic transformative nature we all carry, which reveals itself each step at a time, an echo of both past and future.   Ta·ka ta·ka, the echo of foot steps.   et·y·mol·o·gy   ˌ/edəˈmäləjē/   noun   the study of the origin of words and the way in which their meanings have changed throughout history.  TAKE (Icelandic)   BACKSIDE (Swahili)   DIRT (Polish)  PATH (Latvian)  COLLISION (Quechua),  HAWK ( Japanese).

TAKA IS ABOUT UNIVERSAL TRANSFORMATION.

One sound, two syllables, six languages. TAKA is a fluid concept that symbolizes the dynamic transformative nature we all carry, which reveals itself each step at a time, an echo of both past and future. 

Ta·ka ta·ka, the echo of foot steps.

et·y·mol·o·gy

ˌ/edəˈmäləjē/

noun

the study of the origin of words and the way in which their meanings have changed throughout history.

TAKE (Icelandic) 

BACKSIDE (Swahili) 

DIRT (Polish)

PATH (Latvian)

COLLISION (Quechua),

HAWK ( Japanese).

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