Sawubona

“I see you,” Sawubona, is the Zulu common greeting on meeting and parting. It is profound, saying I am taking the time to recognize you as a person. To reclaim you as person. It is bringing earthiness to the eastern namasté—for the person is.

:- Doug.

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