Mary KinguWisdom&Wellness Counselor Ukwamani, Dar-es-Salaam We as a community must be aware of the words that we cross our lips in communicating with each other. As words can have a negative or positive impact in family, community and various constitutions.
Christina MandeWisdom&Wellness Counselor Kizinga, Dar-es-Salaam Instead of making excuses upon failing to make your goals, examine the root cause of the derailment and address it head-on to get to the core of the problem to have hope to solve it.
Grace MshangaWisdom&Wellness Supervisor Temeke & Ubungo, Dar-es-Salaam For newly married couples, no matter how big and how long the conflict may be and take, you still have to forgive each other to live remain in peace and harmony.
Sakina BushiriWisdom&Wellness Counselor Mangaya, Dar-es-Salaam Rectify or mend something soon as it starts to get damaged otherwise you may not be able to do that or you might have to use more energy.
Alfreda GeorgeWisdom&Wellness Counselor Tuamoyo, Dar-es-Salaam Extend the field and change your cooking pot when the family expands. Swahili Wisdom For newly married couple, welcoming extended family members from your spouse into your home brings blessings.
Carolina SwaiWisdoms&Wellness Supervisor Kigamboni, Kinondoni & Ubungo, Dar-es-Salaam People, the youth especially, are encouraged to unite and work together while discouraged to work in isolation, a situation which leads to losing rather than gaining.
Rustica TembeleFounder & CEO – TEWWY One should appreciate and value what he/she has no matter how small it is, because that is what belongs to her/him, it is rightfully hers/his and it is worth all that you do not have. What you do not have is worthless and meaningless/useless for you because it isContinue reading “A BIRD IN HAND IS WORTH TEN IN THE BUSH”
Caroline SwaiWisdom&Wellness Supervisor Kigamboni, Kinondoni & Ubungo, Dar-es-Salaam This is a caution from alders to everyone, especially the youth – to remind us all that shortcuts are dangerous. Therefore, we should be extra careful before we decide, otherwise we will end up the losers.
Suzan NjanaWisdom&Wellness Counselor Kizani, Dar-es-Salaam Mtembezi Hula Miguu Yake Swahili Wisdom He who prefers going out for aimless walks, always unsettled and lazy – doesn’t perform income generating activities to get daily bread for himself and family, won’t have anything to feed themselves. Such lazy people are zero earners and are nicknamed as such asContinue reading “The Loiterer Feasts on His Feet”
Patience eventually pays. TEWWY finally gathered the support it needed from the community and government agencies to provide effective psychosocial interventions which serve both the Wisdom&Wellness Counselors as well as the community they are building.