Author: Diale Mabitsela

By: Leland Francisco 1

Love – a poem

Love The word that seems to fit. When my eyes caress her form and my heart leaps like the baby John Love is the word that seems to fit. I love you The phrase that seems to fit. When my ears perceive his bold words of honour and my heart involuntarily blooms bright like a...

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No Friends, no Faith

I can’t remember which video but I distinctly remember being hit by a thought from one of these YouTub-evangelists that Jesus didn’t tell any of the disciples to write anything down, and nor did he tell them explicitly to start a church in the formal, official sense. Instead he told them to tell i.e. tell...

By: Teri Lynne Underwood 1

“Thapelo”

“Thapelo” “Prayer” in Sesotho   – by Diale Mabitsela John Paul expresses the content of this thought with such precision and nuance in this statement: “His apostolate is an extension of his meditation”. Prayer is the fertile soil of holy produce: the air in which we breathe and thus are able to act, water for the...

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Your Heart Leap

Your Heart Leap – By Diale Mabitsela With all my heart I wish That when you see me Your eyes would perceive something that would make Your heart leap With all my heart I wish That when you hear my voice Your ears would perceive something that would make Your heart leap With all my...

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