Debriefing Life

I have been reading Jim Wallis’ latest book, “The Great Awakening” and came across a wonderful quote from Desmond Tutu, the Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, South Africa:

“Ubuntu is a concept that we have in our Bantu languages at home. Ubuntu is the essence of being a person. It means that we are people through other people. We cannot be fully human alone. We are made for interdependence, we are made for family. When you have ubuntu, you embrace others. You are generous, compassionate. If the world had more ubuntu, we would not have war. We would not have this huge gap between the rich and the poor. You are rich so that you can make up what is lacking for others. You are powerful so that you can help the weak, just as a mother or father helps their children. This is God’s dream.

It embraces hospitality…

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    Reblogged this on TOGETHER Let's Build Bridges of Understanding.

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