483. KALAGU – KIZE. OZA ALINAMBA OPI: – MOTO NA FUGO.

Imbuki ya kalagu yiniyo, ililola moto na fugo, ahikanza lya bhuzugi. Umubhuzugi bhunubho, uoza ng’wunuyo humoto, uyo gugabhagaka. Uopi hi fugo iyo igazugilagwa ijiliwa. Umoto gunuyo, gugabhizaga guti guliilamba ifugo yiniyo, ulu gulibhaka, kunguno ugoyi gukikalaga hasi, huna yatulwa ifugo ahigulya yago. Ifugo yiniyo, igatulwaga hamashiga adatu, haho guli umoto gunuyo, uyo gugaisebhyaga ifugo yiniyo. Hunagwene abhanhu bhagiganilaga giki, ‘oza alinamba opi: moto na fugo.’

Ikalagu yiniyo, igalenganijiyagwa kubhanhu, abho bhagikalaga halumo umuwikaji bhobho. Abhanhu bhenabho, bhadilekanijaga umubhutumami bho milimo yabho, kunguno, bhadebhile igiki abhanhu bha makabhila gose, ni rangi jose, bhali sawa ahabhutongi ya yakwe, uyo obhasumba.

Abhanhu bhenabho, bhikolile ni fugo nu moto, ijo jigiyambilijaga ugubisha chiza ijiliwa, kunguno nabho bhagiyambilija halumo ijinaguitumama imilimo yabho yiniyo. Hunagwene, abhanhu bhenabho, bhagabhalangaga na bhichabho, nzila ja gwiyambilija halumo chiniko, bho gwiganila giki, ‘oza alinamba opi: moto na fugo.’

Ikalagu yiniyo, yalanga bhanhu higulya ya gwikala bho gwiyambilija halumo, yaya gubhakomanya abhanhu, kunguno ya makabhila, nulu rangi jabho, kugiki bhadule gwikala bho mholele, na kupandika matwazo mingi, umuwikaji bhobho.

1Wakorintho 12:4-11.

1Wakoritho 3:1-8.

KISWAHILI: KITENDAWILI  –  TEGA

MWEKUNDU ANAMBA MWEUSI:- MOTO NA CHUNGU.

Chanzo cha kitendawili hicho, chaangalia moto na chungu cha kupikia chakula wakati wa upikaji huo. Kinapopikwa chakula, mwekundu huyo, ni moto, na mweuzi, ni chungu ambacho hupikiwa chakula.

Moto huo, huonekana kama unakilamba kile chungu cha kupikia, kwa sababu ya kuwa kinakigusa, unapowaka moto huo, kwa vile, wenyewe huwa chini ya chungu hicho. Chungu hicho, huwekwa kwenye mafiga matatu, ambapo moto huo, huwekwa juu yake. Ndiyo maana watu huhadithiana kwa kusema kwamba, ‘mwekundu ana mlamba mweusi: – moto na chungu.’

Kitendawili hicho, hulinganishwa kwa watu wale ambao huishi katika umoja wa kusaidiana, maishani mwao. Watu hao, hawatelekezani katika kuyatekeleza majukumu yao, kwa sababu ya kuelewa kwamba, wanadamu wote, wako sawa mbele ya muumba wao, bila kujali kabila au rangi.

Watu hao, hufanana na chungu chakupikia na moto, ambazo husaidiana katika kuivisha chakula, kwa sababu ya kusaidiana kwao na wenzao. Wao hutunza umoja wao huo, katika utekelezaji wa majukumu yao. Ndiyo maana, watu hao, huwafundisha watu juu ya kusaidiana kwa pamoja hivyo, kwa kusema kwamba, ‘mwekundu ana mlamba mweusi: – moto na chungu.’

Kitendawili hicho, chafundisha watu juu ya kuishi kwa kusaidiana katika umoja, bila kuwabagua watu kwa misingi ya ukabhila au rangi, ili waweze kuishi kwa amani, itakayowapatia mafanikio mengi, maishani mwao.

1Wakorintho 12:4-11.

1Wakoritho 3:1-8.

chungu na moto

pot-and fire

ENGLISH: I HAVE A RIDDLE – LET IT COME.

THE RED ONE IS LICKING THE BLACK FELLOW – FIRE AND POT.

The source of this riddle is fire and the cooking pot during cooking process. The flame of fire is described as red and the pot is black in colour. During cooking process, the red flame is always seen touching the pot, which happens to be placed on the cooking stones. To describe this scenario, people can use the riddle that ‘the red one is licking the black fellow.’

This riddle can be compared to people who live in unity in their lives. Such individuals work together to make sure that a certain activity is done in a required manner. The riddle also gives an impression of fighting against racial segregation by showing how the two antagonistic colours can work together in order to achieve a certain mission. It makes one believe that all human beings are equal before God.

This riddle teaches people about living by helping each other. It also teaches people about fighting against any form of discriminating against people on the basis of race or colour. In so doing, people will be able to live together as one family connected by peace and love.

1Corinthians 12: 4-11.

1Corinthians 3: 1-8.

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