257. UYO WACHA ADABHONAGA NG’WANA.

Imbuki ya lusumo lunulo ilolile munhu uyo ocha uleka bhana. Umunhu ulu ucha agab’izaga adina nduguye nulu bhana, kunguno ung’unuyo wingaga igiki agubhagunanha. Gwike lulu, abho bhalekelagwa imhina jinijo habhanabho abho b’agujilela, na bhana bhenabho bhagubhakalalija bhoyi. Hunagwene abhanhu bhagayombaga giki, ‘uyo ocha adabhonaga ng’wana.’

Ulusumo lunulo lugalenganijiyagwa kubhanhu abho bhagab’alelaga chiza abhana abho bhachilwa na bhabyaji bhabho. Bhagabhasomishaga na gubhalela chiza abhana abhapina bhenabho.

Abhanhu bhenabho bhagikalaga bhedeb’ile igiki unimo ugogubhalang’hana abhana bhenab’o guligobhapanga guti bhoyi, kunguno abho bhamala gwinga kuwelelo bhadadulile ugubhabhona abhana abhapina bhenabho. Hunagwene abhanhu bhagayombaga giki, ‘uyo ocha adabhonaga ng’wana.’

Ulusumo lunulo lolanga bhanhu  gudebha gubhalela chiza abhana abho bhachilya na bhabyaji bhabho. Ubhudebhi bhunubho bhugubhambilija abhana abho bhalibhapina, ijinagubhasomisha na bhubhalanga kikalile kawiza umuwikaji bhobho. Hukwene guhaya giki, abhapanga kihamo na bhaduguye bha njimiji, ha bhaleji bha bhana abho bhalib’apina, kunguyo, ‘uyo ocha adabhonaga ng’wana.’

(Zaburi 22:6-7; Yohane 19:26 -27).

KISWAHILI: ALIYEKUFA HAONI MTOTO.

Chanzo cha methali hii chaangalia mtu aliyefariki akaacha watoto. Mtu akifa huwa hana ndugu wala watoto, kwa sababu huyo hawezi kuwasaidia. Hivyo, walioachiwa yatima hao, wakiwemo ndugu za marehemu, ndio wale watakaowalea watoto hao. Yatima hao watawaangalia na kuwategemea hao walio hai. Ndiyo maana watu husema kwamba, ‘aliyekufa haoni mtoto.’

Methali hiyo hulinganishwa kwa watu wale wawaleao vizuri watoto yatima. Watu hao huwasomesha na kuwapatia malezi yawezayo kuwasaidia watoto hao katika maisha yao. Watu hao, waelewa kuwa, jukumu la kuwalea watoto yatima ni la watu walio hai kama wao kwa sababu wazazi wa watoto hao, walishafariki dunia, hivyo hawawezi kuwaona yatima hao. Ndiyo maana watu husema kwamba, ‘aliyekufa haoni mtoto.’

Methali hiyo hufundisha watu  kupokea jukumu la kuwalea watoto yatima. Upokeaji wa jukumu hilo, utawasaidia watoto yatima wengi katika kupata watu wa kuwasomesha na kuwapatia malezi yawezayo kuwasaidia kuishi maisha mema. Ndiyo maana watu kusema kwamba, watu walio hai ikiwa ni pamoja na ndugu zake marehemu, ndio walezi wa watoto hao yatima, kwa sababu, ‘aliyekufa haoni mtoto.’

Zaburi 22:6-7.

 

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ENGLISH: THE DEAD PERSON DOES NOT SEE A CHILD.

The origin of this proverb is the deceased who left children. When a person dies, he has no brothers or children, because he cannot help them. As such, those who have been left behind, including the relatives of the deceased, are the ones who will raise the orphaned children. The orphans will expect help from those who are alive. That is why people say, ‘The dead person does not see a child.’

The proverb is used comparatively to commend those who properly raise orphans. These people provide the orphans with education and the care that they need in their lives. Those people take the responsibility of providing the orphans with education and upbringing that can help them in their future lives.

Those people understand that the responsibility of raising the orphaned children is under those who are alive because their parents passed away and, hence, cannot see the orphans. That is why people say, ‘The dead person does not see  achild.’

This proverb instills in people the sense of accepting the responsibility of raising orphans. Accepting such a responsibility helps the orphans to get people who can support provision of their education and care for better lives. That is why people say that, the living people, including the relatives of the deceased, are the guardians of the orphans, because, ‘The dead person does not see a child.’

(Psalm 22: 6-7).

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