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group boko-maru? Cat's Cradle, Kurt Vonnegut

‘UBUNTU’ in the Xhosa culture means: “I am because we are”. An anthropologist proposed a game to the kids in an African tribe. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told the kids that who ever.

Masai woman.

Maasai Woman with Beaded Necklace by mikel.hendriks, The Maasi are known for their intricate jewelry. This Maasi woman from northern Tanzania wears her jewelry with pride.

White Beadwork and Circular Scar on Cheek of This Maasai Girl, from the Kisongo Group  Photographic Print  by Nigel Pavitt

White Beadwork and Circular Scar on Cheek of This Maasai Girl, from the Kisongo Group

Africa | A Fulani/Peul woman wears large gold earrings and necklace. She also has her lips tattooed in the traditional style. Mali | © Charles  Josette Lenars

A Fulani/Peul woman wears large gold earrings and necklace. She also has her lips tattooed in the traditional style.

Malian Woman in Traditional Dress - A Peul woman wears large gold earrings. She also has her lips tattooed in the traditional style. Mali, northwestern Africa.

Malian Woman in Traditional Dress - A Peul woman wears large gold earrings. She also has her lips tattooed in the traditional style.

Africa | Tuareg man; the higher the social standing of a Tuareg the more concerned he will be to conceal his face on meeting strangers. He will make certain that he does not reveal the tip of his nose, and will often hitch the 'tegalmoust' so high that only his eyes may be seen. | ©Angela Fisher; from her publication "Africa Adorned".

Tuareg man with veil - a sign of male maturity and status. Christine Brown: Textiles for the Head: Utility, Identity, Authority

PRELUDE TO A DREAM

Hainan Island in the South China Sea September 1938

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Ethiopia - woman carrying maize / corn and grinding stone. Jeremy Curl Photography Originally shared by Aboriginal & Tribal Nation News

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