Habari Ghani!  Ujima!

Today is the third day of Kwanzaa.  Ujima is a Swahili word for collective work and responsibility. For me, ujima means coming together to serve and work for my community’s highest and greatest good.  I contribute my gifts and skills as service.  When I join with others in the spirit of unity – umoja and compassion, I am able to promote and create the reality of collective work and responsibility.

What does ujima mean to you?

Enjoy your day and week!

Peace, Creativity, Compassion, Gratitude, Unity, Self-Determination, and Collective Work & Responsibility,


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