“Ubuntu is very difficult to render into a Western language. It speaks of the very essence of being human” – Desmond Tutu
Today I ventured to Mount Eden where the Ubuntu Market was taking place. For those reading who are not familiar with the word Ubuntu, it’s a Nguni Bantu term meaning “humanity”, but which is often also translated as “humanity towards others” Continue reading “Humanity, hangovers and basket weaving…”
Today’s new thing was to try a community yoga / relaxation / meditation session, which was held in central Auckland. It was a free event, or you could give a koha (donation) if you could afford it. Continue reading “#43 Community Yoga & Meditation”
Today I met a really inspiring group of people helping to fundraise and share ideas to support a wildlife conservation project in Hawke’s Bay. Continue reading “# 35: Helping the Community”
…It’s the 2nd of August. I’ll just leave this here.
For being hateful, yet organised – 3 out of 5 stars