Haanta Lesson: What are Anonnaa?
According to the Haanta, Anonnaa, or honoured ones, are more than friends. They are people with whom one shares an unexplainable and affectionate bond. When in the presence of Anonnaa, the Haanta receive what they call Dhraaha, relief from their inbred rages. When Anonnaa are parted, they do their best to correspond with their loved ones every day and are reminded of their attatchement when they see rainbows, or Vhisthoha in the sky. Anonnaa can be anyone and anywhere. There is no limit to their bond. They are friends, mates, brothers, companions, and even animals like Mr. Craw the gull and Khaasta the cat.
The Haanta do not celebrate birthdays but when they do feel the need to honour and celebrate their Anonnaa's achievements, there is no end to their munificence. Such is the bond I share with my Anonnaa and I hope everyone has the opportunity to find those who they could call the same. I have received more gifts and wishes for this birthday than I have for any other and I am eternally grateful for the boundless display of sentiment bestowed upon me.
Ghesturaas dan Anaalon (infinities of love)