Many years ago, Lori was introduced to a greeting in the native South African tribal word, Sawubona, which means "I see you". You may remember it being used in the movie, Avatar, and the powerful exchange that occurred when shared between two people who truly "see" each other. It is answered "Sawubona" or "Ngikhona" which means "I am here."
How powerful to be truly seen by another human being. Isn't that what we all ask for, to be acknowledged for who we are and the inner light we share with others?
Our lights shared together create a greater light and can radiate through the darkness we each face and that of others. May you elevate your interactions with each other today and "see the heart and light" with them!
We see it in YOU and honor YOU today!
Others Align With Us...
Sawubona is more than just a Zulu Greeting. We loved this article by Roche Mamabolo that says so clearly what we stand for and the belief we have at our core. "Sawubona is an invitation to a deep witnessing and presence. It invites us to communicate, to explore the possibilities of helping each other. It means we witness your journey." Check out the rest of Roche's article here
Our Team of Connectors
We are a team of women entrepreneurs who have collaborated together and become the Connectors for this Sisterhood. Each of us has our own expertise and passion, and together we are able to offer our gatherings the very best of our gifts and strengths. Here is a brief biography for each of us and we hope that you will join us so that you may personally get to know us even better.
Our Team of Communicators
Our Team of Communicators, led by our Creative Communicator assist us in supporting our Sisters as a part of our active, private Facebook Community.
Our Support Team
We couldn't do everything we do without our amazing support team of graphic artists, virtual assistants and financial record-keepers.
We thank them and acknowledge their talents!
We also need to extend our sincerest appreciation for our Partners and especially our Sponsors.