When performing your own strong names, you're strengthening other people's hearts

(Songye proverb, DRC)

Let me tell you her deeper names

Let me reveal her to you

Among her innumerable names

She is The Teacher

That teaches the three ABH’s or major arts

The Art of being humble

The Art of being happy

The Art of being human

A kasàlà is a text of any length, usually in poetic form, recited to celebrate life in someone, in yourself, in an element of nature, etc., and to express gratitude, admiration or wonderment. The present-day kasàlà is a heritage of African oral literatures, open to writing and to other ressources from world cultures.

KASÀLÀ FACE-TO-FACE

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KISWAHILI ONLINE

Saturday : 10-12 AM

Starting : May 4

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Creating...

Renewing
our inner talk

Usually,

a kasàlà only emerges

when shared

A word that needs to be spoken and heard

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