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Wisdom and Truth

To Be Seen and Known

July 4, 2017

My mother recently shared with me that in certain parts of Africa people greet one another by saying “Sawubona,” which means “I see you”. According to a Huffington Post article by Glen Pearson, the phrase is an African Zulu greeting and equates to saying, “‘I see your personality. I see your humanity. I see your dignity and respect.'” What a testimony to the full engagement of human interaction and relationship! Even more so, how convicting is such a statement of…

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