20160528_150312One of the most beautiful words in South Africa is the word UBUNTU.

Ubuntu means “human kindness” or “humanity to others” and is sometimes translated as “I am what I am because of who we all are”.

The word itself has its origins in several of the Bantu languages of Southern Africa.

It incorporates the feeling of togetherness – that no matter who we are we need to strive to live together in love.  This past Saturday I attended an Ubuntu Multicultural Concert at one of our local churches – Kenilworth Community Presbyterian Church.


The afternoon was one of true Ubuntu-ism as different cultures and churches joined together to celebrate and worship God.

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As I sat and listened to God being given the glory in praise and poetry and music and dance I thought how much God must be enjoying Himself in church that afternoon!  Listening to His children enjoying and expressing their love for Him.

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Behold, how good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell in unity!  Psalm 133:1

About Noelene

I am a child of God's. I am also a writer. Mother Teresa once said "I am a little pencil in the hand of a writing God who is sending a love letter to the world". My objective is to be one of God's love letters to the world. I can only achieve this through His grace at work in my life.
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