I am because we are

tengrp.jpgIn African understanding, the person is first identified in relationships. To be a person, male or female, is to have the gift of life and to belong in relationships. The primary relationship is an interpersonal kinship bond in which one could say:
“I am because we are, and since we are, therefore I am.”
Professor John Mbiti, Kenya.
ht to Michael

One Reply to “I am because we are”

  1. Well if it hasn’t got mission in the title it will probably have emerging/emergent or other variant in it. Us christians are nothing if not followers of trend and fashionable phrases.

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