325. NOMBA GULYA ADAB’ONELAGWA MHAYO

Imbuki ya lusumo lunulo yingilile kubhulombi bho jiliwa. Unombi ojiliwa ng’wunuyo, agabhizaga atub’ile. Agabhonaga giki, ilichiza ugulomba ijiliwa jinijo ukubhanhu abho bhalinajo, gutimda kujisola bho nduhu uguzunulijwa na bhanikili jiliwa. Unombi o jiliwa ulu ojipandika ijo alilomba agajilyaga na b’uyegi, kunguno adiho guhayiwa giki ohub’aga. Hunagwene abhanhu bhagayombaga giki, ‘nomba gulya adabhonelagwa mhayo.’

Usulumo lunulo lugalenganijiyagwa kuli munhu uyo adatogilwe gusola sabho jabhanhu bho nduhu ugulomba. Umunhu ng’wunuyo agatumilaga makanza gakwe bho gujilomba ijiliwa jinijo, kunguno adebhile igiki, ‘nomba gulya adabhonelagwa mhayo.’

Ulusumo lunulo lolanga bhanhu higulya ya kuleka gusola sabho ja bhanhu bho nduhu ugulomba, kugiki bhadule gwikala bho mholele na bhichabho, umuwikaji bhobho.

Mathayo 7:7.

KISWAHILI: MUOMBA KULA HAONEWI NENO

Chanzo cha methali hiyo chatokea kwenye uombaji wa chakula. Muombaji huyo wa chakula huwa ameshikwa njaa. Huona kwamba ni vizuri kuomba badala ya kuchukua bila kuruhusiwa na wenye chakula hicho. Muombaji huyo wa chakula hukila kwa furaha akikipata chakula hicho alichokiomba, kwa sababu hawezi kufikiliwa kwamba amekosea. Ndiyo maana watu husema kwamba, ‘muomba kula honewi neno.’

Methali hiyo hulinganishwa kwa mtu yule asiyependa kuchukua mali za watu bila kuomba. Mtu huyo hutumia mda wake katika kuomba chakula hicho, kwa sababu, aelewa kwamba, ‘muomba kula haonewi neno.’

Methali hiyo hufundisha watu juu ya kuacha kuchukua mali za watu bila kuomba, ili waweze kuishi kwa amani na wenzao, maishani mwao.

Mathayo 7:7.

poverty

ENGLISH: ONE WHO BEGS FOOD HAS NO FAULT

This proverb rises from a person who begs for food. The person who begs for food is always hungry. Such a person finds it good to beg rather than taking food without permission from owners. When he/she is given the food, this person eats it happily because he/she cannot be accused of having done something wrong.That is why people say, “he who begs for food has no fault.”

The proverb is likened to someone who does not want to take others’ properties without asking. Such a person spends his/her time begging for food because he/she understands that, “he who begs for food has no fault.”

The proverb teaches people to stop taking others’ possessions without permission in order to live peacefully with neighbours.

Matthew 7: 7.

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