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Yes, We Be  An anthropologist thought he would test these African children. He placed a bowl of fruit underneath a tree and told them that the first one to reach the tree could have the fruit. When he told the children to run, they all took each others' hands and ran together. They all enjoyed the fruit together. This is the African concept of Ubuntu. When asked why they didn't run the course alone, they answered, UBUNTU!   UBUNTU in Xhosa is roughly translated, "I am because we are."

‘UBUNTU’ in the Xhosa culture means: “I am because we are”. An anthropologist proposed a game to the kids in an African tribe. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told the kids that who ever.

#BEAUTY #FLORAL #LIFE in Artful Blogging 2013

#BEAUTY #FLORAL #LIFE in Artful Blogging 2013

This is gonna be one of my all time favorite #pinkandred #hollyish designs features on @smpliving Photography @abbyjiu, Styling @laurynprattes @lpe_stephanie, Location and Paper @winifredpaper ,...

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“The English language is ever-evolving; new words are born while older words fade away within the pages of antiquated text. Living languages refuse to remain immobile.” Kathy Pardell explains her love affair with words inside Artful Blogging.

“The English language is ever-evolving; new words are born while older words fade away within the pages of antiquated text. Living languages refuse to remain immobile.” Kathy Pardell explains her love affair with words inside Artful Blogging.

OPEN THE EYES OF MY HEART LORD

peony,dahlia,mum and hyacinth * This is such a pretty bouquet. All four kinds of flowers are easy to grow and showy in bouquets.

Topsy-Turvy Bird Bath - Loving this and will have to try it soon!

Topsy-Turvy Bird Bath

What a great idea! Combine a bird bath and a garden planter in one! With this creative DIY idea, you will have swarms of birds in your garden – which may or may not be a good thing.

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