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Remembering ubumuntu; 

{ubumuntu means "To be human" }"Ubumuntu (pronounced oo‚Äďboo‚Äďmoo‚Äďnoo) is a Kinyarwanda¬†(Rwanda's ancestral language) means ‚Äúto be human,‚ÄĚ carrying a similar meaning to the word Ubuntu. Ubumuntu is to be humane: to genuinely care about others, to be generous and kind, to show empathy, to be sympathetic to the plight of others, and to recognize the humanity of others."¬†source: Dr. Sela Muyoka Musundi

until then, keep leading with ubumuntu, keep leading with the generosity of your heart

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