Sawubona and Sikhona, learn what these two South African words mean

Aug 12, 2021 | Oneness, Unity, and Inclusion, Short Takes

Learn more about the South African greeting of Sawubona which means, we see you (my ancestors and I).
Dr Tracy Brown also shares one of the best ways to respond, Sikhona, which means I am here to be seen.
Join our challenge for this week. Text or say Sawubona to people you meet and share with them the meaning behind this beautiful greeting.
Watch the full talk here: