945. MADOSHI GAMANHYA; GAMANHIJA MASHIGINA.

Ulusumo lunulo, lulolile bhulumani bho bhanhu bhadoshi abho bhenghwe na munhu aha kaya ndebhe. Abhanhu bhenabho bhagikalaga bhikolilwe kunguno bhuli ng’wene agansondagulaga ung’wiye. Hunagwene abhanhu bhagayombaga giki, “madoshi gamanhya; gamanhija mashigina.”

Ulusumo lunulo, lugalenganijiyagwa kubhakima bha mhali abho bhatolilwe na ngosha umo. Abhakima bhenabho, bhadideb’aga, kunguno bhagikala na yombo ya gwidukila sagala, umukikalile kabho. Abhoyi bhagadumaga ugwidebha kunguno bhuli ng’wene wenghwa akahaya yiniyo iyo ahayile azage bhung’wene, na adiyeninhile ng’winikili hoyi, umuwikaji bhobho.

Abhakima bhenabho, bhakikolaga na abhanhu abhadoshi abhaha kaya imo abho bhadidebhile, kunguno na bhoyi bhagikalaga na yombo ya gwidukila sagala, umukikalile kabho. Hunagwene abhanhu bhagayombaga giki, “madoshi gamanhya; gamanhijia mashigina.”

Ulusumo lunulo, lolanga bhanhu higulya ya gubhiza na witoji bho nkima, na ngosha umo, kugiki bhadule gwikala bho mholele, umukaya jabho.

Mathayo 6:2.

Mathayo 19: 1-12.

Mathayo 5:27-32.

KISWAHILI: WENYE MAJIVUNO WAMEKUTANA; WAMEKUTANIA VISIGINO.

Methali hiyo, huongelea ukutananji wa watu wenye majivuno walioletwa na mtu mmoja kwenye familia fulani. Watu hao, huwa wamechukiana kwa sababu ya kila mmoja wao kumsimanga mwenzake. Ndiyo maana watu husema kwamba, “wenye majivuno wamekutana; wamekutania visigino.”

Methali hiyo, hulinganishwa kwa wanawake wa mitala walioolewa na mwanamume mmoja. Wanawake hao, huwa hawapatani, kwa sababu ya kuishi kwenye kelele za matusi ya hovyo, katika maisha yao. Wao hushindwa kuelewana kwa sababu kila mmoja aliletwa kwenye familia hiyo, akitegemea kubaki yeye tu, na hakujileta mwenyewe hapo, maishani mwao.

Wanawake hao, hufanana na wale wenye majivuno wa kwenye familia walioletwa na mtu mmoja, kwa sababu nao, huishi kwenye kelele za kutukanana matuzi ya hovyo, katika maisha yao. Ndiyo maana watu husema kwamba, “wenye majivuno wamekutana; wamekutania visigino.”

Methali hiyo, hufundisha watu juu ya kuwa na ndoa ya mume na mke mmoja, ili waweze kuishi kwa amani, maishani mwao.

Mathayo 6:2.

Mathayo 19: 1-12.

Mathayo 5:27-32.

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ENGLISH: PROUD ONES HAVE MET; THEY HAVE MET HEELS.

This proverb speaks of a host of proud people who are brought in by someone in a certain family. These people hate each other because of teasing one another. That is why people say that, “the proud ones have met; they have met heels.”

This proverb is related to polygamous women who are married to the same man. These women are often at misunderstanding with one another, because of living in a vicious circle of insults, in their lives. They fail to understand each other because everyone was brought into that family by hoping to remain alone in it.

These women are like the proud members of the family who were brought there by one man, because they, too, live in the noise of insults, in their lifetime. That is why people say that, “the proud ones have met; they have met heels.”

This proverb imparts in people an idea of living their marriage in monogamy, so that they can live peacefully in their lives.

Matthew 6: 2.

Matthew 19: 1-12.

Matthew 5: 27-32.

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