265. B’ALANG’HUNG’HULA BHANHU KAGANDA.

Imbuki ya kahayile kenako ifumilile kuli ningi o Jisuguma uyo witanagwa Samike. Uningi ng’wunuyo wimbaga mimbo ukinu wikimilija giki uweyi alinyehu noyi. Nulu agigela munhu wa gung’wib’onela abhanhu abhingi bhaduntogwa. Ukwene huguhaya giki, ‘b’alang’ung’ula bhanhu kaganda.’

Akahayile kenako kagalenganijiyagwa kuli munhu uyo agikalaga chiza na bhanhu bha muchalo jakwe. Agabhambilija abho bhali mumakoye ijinaguginja wangu amakaye genayo, kugiki nabho bhapandike bhuyegi. Umunhu ng’wunuyo agab’izaga azunije nulu guminyika kunguno ya gwita mihayo ya wiza ukubhiye. Alina bhutogwa kubhanhu ubhogub’enhela bhuyegi abho alikala nabho. Ulu wigela munhu ogung’wib’onelwa umunhu ng’wunuyo, ‘b’alang’ung’ula bhanhu kaganda.’

Akahayile kenako kalanga bhanhu gwikala na bhutogwa kubhanhu ubhogudula gubhalunguja abho bhali mumakoye. Ubhutogwa bhunhubho bhugulanga bhichab’o gwikala bho mholele umuchalo jabho.

(Luka 23:48- 49; Luka 24: 20-21).

KISWAHILI: WATANUNG’UNIKA WATU KWA MAKUNDI.

Chanzo cha msemo huo chatokea kwa manju wa Kisukuma aliyeitwa Samike. Manju huyo alikuwa akiimba nyimbo kwa kujisifia upole aliokuwa nao uliomwezesha kuishi vizuri na watu. Hata akitokea mtu wa kumuonea, watu wengi hawatafurahia kitendo hicho na hawatampenda. Ndiyo kusema kwamba, ‘watanung’unika watu kwa makundi.’

Msemo huo hulinganishwa kwa mtu yule aishiye vizuri na watu walioko kwenye kijiji chake. Huwa akiwasaidia wenye matatizo mbalimbali maishani mwao ili waweze kuyatatua mapema na kuanza kufurahi tena.

Mtu huyo hukubali hata kuumia kwa ajili ya kutenda mema kwa faida ya wenzake. Hufanya hivyo kwa sababu ya upendo alio nao kwa wenzake. Upendo huo humpatia furaha ya kuwasaidia watu wake kwa upole. Kwa hiyo basi, mtu huyo akionewa na watu wenye nia mbaya, ‘watanung’unika watu kwa makundi’.

Msemo huo hufundisha watu kuishi kwa upendo na watu ili kuweza kuwasaidia na kuwafariji wale wenye shida mbalimbali. Upendo huo utawafundisha wenzao umuhimu wa kuishi kwa amani kwenye kijiji chao.

(Luka 23:48- 49; Luka 24: 20-21).

 

 

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ENGLISH: PEOPLE WILL COMPLAIN IN GROUPS.

The origin of this saying is a Sukuma maestro named Samike. The man used to sing boasting of his gentleness, which enabled him to live well with other people. Even if a bully happens to molest him, most people will not like it and him. Yes, ‘People will complain in a groups.’

The saying is used in comparison to refer to any person who lives well with other people in his village. He helps those who are in various troubles in life so that they can easily resolve them and start enjoying life again.

Such a person even accepts to suffer in order to do good deeds that benefit of his fellows. He does so out of love for his fellows. That love gives him the joy of helping his people in good faith. So, if that person is bullied by any ill-minded people, ‘people will complain in groups’.

The saying teaches people about living in love with other people so that they can help and comfort those in various troubles. That love will teach their peers about the importance of living in peace in their village.

(Luke 23: 48-49; Luke 24: 20-21).

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