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Have you ever pondered the sheer impact of just one word? Tune in as we unravel the deeply meaningful Zulu term, Sawubona, which simply, but powerfully, means “I see you.” In episode 28, we share the transformative journey of psychologist and writer Susan David, whose life was significantly touched by this single term.
Think of Sawubona as a metaphorical embrace from your ancestors. It’s more than just a word; it’s steeped in the fabric of family, art, and lineage. So when two people meet, it’s never just a fleeting interaction. It’s an intertwining of ancestral souls, as if saying, “I see not just you, but the lineage that formed you.”
As we dive back into Chapter 5, “Living in the Past,” we explore how Sawubona shapes the friendship between our lead, Zara Vrabel, and her closest friend and colleague, Elly DeAngelo.
- Sawubona, we see you | Roche Mamabolo
- UN-HOOK from Difficult Emotions with Dr. Susan David | Being Well Podcast
Music by Laurel Violet (Artlist):
- Where We Are Now
- Looking Back from Here