"Taura tinzwe" is a Shona expression that literally means "Speak that we may hear." It can be used to indicate that you are ready to listen to someone or to ask a speaker to speak louder. Here is is the "nome de plume" of . . .
"For us let it be enough to know ourselves to
be in the place where God wants us, and carry on our work, even though it be no
more than the work of an ant, infinitesimally small, and with unforeseeable
-- Abbé Monchanin
Saturday, October 27, 2007
Quote for the Day
"They looked at His death, and said, 'It is cruel in its beauty, heart-breaking in its joy, and most unspeakably grand!'"
-- George A. Buttrick The Christian Faith and Modern Doubt