570. GASONGA NAGO DILEKE NA NAMBA/NHUMBU.

Imbuki ya lusumo lunulo yingilile kubhulekeji bho mahoya ga bhitogwa. Abho bhitogilwe bhadamalaga imihayo iyagwilomela, kunguno bhuli ng’wene agikalaga na ng’humbu nhale ya gwikala bhalilomela nu nwani ng’wiye. Nose bhagilekaga ukunu bhali na ng’humbu yiniyo ya gumana bhalihoya kihamo. Hunagwene abhanhu bhenabho bhagayombaga giki, ‘gasonga nago dileke na namba/ng’humbu.’

Ulusumo lunulo lugalenganijiyagwa kubhanhu abho bhali na witogwa bho gwikala kihamo umubhutumami bho milimo yabho. Abhanhu bhenabho bhagahoyaga mihayo ya gwitogisha chiza, umukikalile ka bhutumami bhobho.

Abhoyi bhikolile na bhanhu abho bhali na bhunwani bho gutogwa gwilomela kihamo, kunguno nabho bhagilomelaga mihayo ya gwitogisha chiza umubhutumami bhobho.

Uwikaji bho bhanhu bhenabho bhugalangaga bhichabho gwikala na witogwa bhunubho, ubho gwiyambilija gutumama milimo yabho chiza. Hunagwene abhanhu bhenabho bhagayomgaba giki, ‘gasonga nago dileke na namba/ng’humbu.’

Ulusumo lunulo lolanga bhanhu gwikala na witogwa bho gutumama milimo yabho bho gwiyambilija chiza, kugiki bhadule gujibheja chiza ikaya jabho.

(2 Wafalme 2:11; Luka 21:13-23).

KISWAHILI: NI SILAHA PIA TUKIACHANA TUKIWA NA SHAUKU.

Chanzo cha methali hii chatokea katika hali ya kukatisha maongezi ya wapendanao. Wapendanao hao huwa hawaishi hamu ama shauku ya kutaka kuendelea kuongea, kwa sababu ya kila mmoja wao kutaka kuendelea kuongea na rafiki yake huyo. Mwishowe, watu hao huamua kuachana huku wakiwa bado wana hamu ya kuendelea kuongea wakiwa pamoja hivyo. Ndiyo maana watu hao husema kwamba, ‘ni silaha pia tukiachana tukiwa na shauku [ya kuendelea na maongezi].’

Methali hiyo hulinganishwa kwa watu wale wanaopendana, katika maisha ya utekelezaji  wa majukumu yao. Watu hao huendelea kuongea maneno ya kufurahishana katika utendaji wa kazi zao.

Wao hufanana na marafiki wapendao kuongea pamoja, kwa sababu nao huongea maneno ya kufurahishana vizuri, katika utekelezaji wa majukumu yao, maishani mwao.

Maisha ya watu hao huwafundisha wenzao kuishi kwa upendo huo wa kusaidiana katika utekelezaji wa kazi zao. Ndiyo maana watu hao husema kwamba, ‘ni silaha tukiachana tukiwa na shauku [ya kuendelea na maongezi].’

Methali hiyo, hufundisha watu kuwa na upendo wa kuyatekeleza majukumu yao kwa kusaidiana vizuri katika maisha yao, ili waweze kuziendeleza vizuri familia zao.

(2 Wafalme 2:11; Luka 21:13-23).

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ENGLISH: IT IS A WEAPON TO PART WAYS WHILE STILL WITH DESIRE [TO CONTINUE THE CONVERSATION TO THE END].

The basis of this proverb is a need for two bosom friends to end a talk. Close friends would always not want finish speaking, because of each other’s desire to continued being close to a friend and keep talking to the him or her. In the end, when it is inevitable to do so, they decide to end the conversation while still with the desire to continue talking together to the end of the talk. That’s why those people say, ‘It is a weapon to part ways while still with desire to continue the conversation to the end.’

This proverb is used comparatively to refer to those people who love one another who work together in their life of carrying out their responsibilities. In performing their duties, such people always speak cheerful words.

They are like friends who like to talk together, because they speak cheerfully in the execution of their responsibilities, in their lives.

The lives of those people teach others how to live loving and helping each other. That’s why those people say, ‘It is a weapon to part ways while still with desire continue the conversation to the end.’

The proverb teaches people to appreciate carrying out their responsibilities by helping each other the result of which is to better in their lives and build strong families.

(2 Kings 2:11; Luke 21: 13-23).

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