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Thank-you to Vernette from “Vernette out Loud” for this beautiful post!!
Love this!!

One of my favourite sites: The Global Oneness Project also has a short film on this beautiful saying… you can check it out HERE 🙂





This is an African Zulu greeting, which means “I see you”,
I see your personality, I see your humanity,
I see your potential, I see your presence,
I see your dignity and I respect
and appreciate all that I see.

The response “Ngikona” means “I am here.”
Until you saw me, I didn’t exist and I am here to be seen.

This space is a dialogue between you and me. When you find
this heart expression of mine and it resonates with you…
we see each other.

Thus, Sawubona now becomes an invitation to participate in
each other’s life and for this I thank you for reading and
allowing me this moment to be part of your journey.

I see you and I am grateful for you.

Today is Love Note Day, and I’m sending some Light & Love your way.

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