I believe that we each can contribute much more fully to the world as we find and live our joy and our passion. And so these pages are around my sharing of my lessons, my stories and my ever deepening questions as I follow that path for myself.
I am a woman with roots on two continents, Africa and Europe. I am passionate about supporting people in coming together in more authentic and life-affirming ways than what is the norm in most of our dominant systems. I am the co-founder of Kufunda Learning Village, a centre dedicated to working with rural Zimbabweans as they discover their wealth and wisdom, for themselves, but also for people everywhere.
My journey and my passion is around learning to follow my own inner voice of wisdom, and in that finding joy and flow. I look forward to many more women rising to their power, especially in Zimbabwe, to help shift this beautiful country out of its stuck and painful place.
At this moment in my life my wisdom and joy is rising with great force as I am surrendering to my inner dancer, connecting more deeply to the land, and building community both right here in Zimbabwe and with friends and fellow travellers who span the globe.
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Just discovered your blog and absolutely love it. You’re the first blog I choose to follow and am looking forward to sharing your journey. I live in Montreal Quebec and would say that my number one passion is dance, followed closely by yoga and meditation. I’ve always had a dream – wild perhaps – but a dream that everyone in this world (all 6 billion of us) might join together one day, at the same time and go out into the streets and dance -by ourselves, with our neighbors, friends, colleagues, enemies – and that we would all realize how much we are all one – in this dance of life. In the meantime, I plan to continue dancing on my own and with friends to open myself up more and share the joy. If you;re ever in Canada, get in touch and we’ll dance together. I would be happy to organize an event where you come and share your joy of dance.
Dance on girl!
Thank you Margo. I hold your dream, perhaps not so much that we would all dance at the same time (some might be sleeping :), but that we all step into the dance. All step into the dance, and in that way dance, and move, together. May it be so.