1024. KALAGU –  KIZE. BHANA BHA NG’WISE B’ISHIGANYA UGUSIMINZA – MAZWI.

Imbuki ya kalagu yiniyo, ilolile kasiminzile ka ng’wa munhu. Umunhu ulu alisiminza, amagulu gadajilanijaga lihamo kunguno gagishiganyaga bho gumo gumo. Kuyiniyo lulu, amazwi galikihamo na magulu umo gagishiganijaga. Hunagwene abhanhu bhagiganilaga giki, “bhana bha ng’wise b’ishiganya ugusiminza – mazwi.”

Ikalagu yiniyo, igalenganijiyagwa kubhanhu bha hakaya iyo bhagishib’ilaga uguyomba, umukikalile kabho. Abhanhu bhenabho bhagilekelaga uguyomba bho gundegeleka bhuli ng’wene mpaga omala uguyomba kunguno bhali nilange lya gwikuja bhuli ng’wene. Abhoyi bhagikalaga bhitogilwe bho gwiyambilija chiza bhuli ng’wene ulubhitana abhiye, kunguno ya wiyigwi bhobho bhunubho, umuwikaji bhobo.

Abhanhu bhanebho, bhagikolaga na mazwi ayo gagishib’ilaga ugusiminza, kunguno nabhoyi bhagishib’ilaga uguyomba, mpaga omala ung’wene na oyomba nu ungi, aha kaya yabho yiniyo. Hunagwene bhagiganilaga giki, “bhana bha ng’wise b’ishiganya ugusiminza – mazwi.”

Ikalagu yiniyo, yalanga bhanhu higulya ya gub’iza nikujo lya gwidegeleka chiza umumahoya gabho bho gwilekela oyomba uumo mpaga omala, na oyomba nuungi lulu, kugiki bhadule gwikala bho mholele chiza, umuwikaji bhobho.

Matendo ya mitume 17:25.

1Petro 2:4.

KISWAHILI: KITENDAWILI – TEGA.

WATOTO WA KWETU HUBISHANA KUTEMBEA – MAGOTI.

Chanzo cha kitendawili hicho, huangalia utembeaji wa mtu. Mtu anapotembea miguu yake huwa haiendi kwa pamoja kwa sababu hupishana mmoja mmoja. Kwa hiyo basi, magoti nayo yako pamoja na miguu inavyotembea. Ndiyo maana watu huhadithiana kwamba, “watoto wa kwetu hubishana kutembea – magoti.”

Kitendawili hicho, hulinganishwa kwa watu wa kwenye familia ile ambayo watu wake huwa wanasikilizana katika maongezi yao kwa kupeana zamu, katika maisha yao. Watu hao, huachiana zamu ya kuongea kwa kumsikiliza kila mmoja wao mpaka anamaliza vizuri kuongea ndipo na mwingine anaanza, kwa sababu ya heshima walionayo kwa kila mmoja wao. Wao huishi katika upendo wa kusaidiana vizuri kila mmoja anapowahitaji wenzake, kwa sababu ya uelewano wao huo mzuri, maishani mwao.

Watu hao, hufanana na yale magoti ambayo hupeana zamu katika kutembea, kwa sababu nao huachiana zamu ya kuongea mpaka mmoja wao anamaliza ndipo na mwingine anaanza kuongea, kwenye familia yao hiyo. Ndiyo maana watu hao huhadithiana kwamba, “watoto wa kwetu hubishana kutembea – magoti.”

Kitendawili hicho, hufundisha watu juu ya kuwa na heshima ya kusikilizana vizuri katika maongezi yao kwa kuachiana kila mmoja anaongea mpaka anamaliza ndipo anaanza na mwingine kuongea, ili waweze kuishi vizuri na kwa amani, maishani mwao.

Matendo ya mitume 17:25.

1Petro 2:4.

ENGLISH: I HAVE A RIDDLE – LET IT COME.

OUR RELATIVES CHILDREN ARGUE ABOUT WALKING – KNEES.

The source of the above riddle looks at a person’s walking. When a person walks his legs do not move together because they overlap one by one. Therefore, the knees are also with the legs as they move. That is why people say to one another that, “Our relatives children argue about walking – knees.”

This riddle is compared to the members of a family whose people listen to each other in their conversations in their lives. These people take turns talking to each other until they have finished talking and then the other can start doing so, because of the respect they have for each other. They live in love of helping each other well when they are in need, because of their good understanding in their lives.

These people are like the knees that take turns walking, because they also take turns talking until one of them finishes and the other can start talking to their family members. That is why these people tell each other that, “Our relatives children argue about walking – knees.”

This paradox teaches people on how to have a good sense of respect on one another in their conversations by letting each other talk until one finishes and then they can start talking to each other, so that they can live well and peacefully in their lives.

Acts 17:25.

1 Peter 2: 4.

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