"WILDERNESS" IS MORE THAN A COLLECTION OF ANIMALS, plants, water and air. It is a redemptive space. Nature connects this outer landscape with an inward safari home, exploring the spirit of our own wild natures.
ITS FAIR TO SAY THAT OUR SOCIETY IS FRACTURED on most fronts; socially, economically religiously, environmentally and politically. But nature is one such sacred attitude that is capable of transcending chaos, culture, creed or continent. This, for me, is why the conservation of our natural world is one of the most urgent priorities of our time.
What is 'elephant' in:
UNJOVU - Bayei (Okavango)
NDLOVU - Zulu (SA) and Ndebele (Zimbabwe)
NDLOPFU - Shangaan (SA)
QHWAA - San dialects (Botswana)
TLOU - Setswana (Botswana)
NZOU - Shona (Zimbabwe)
ZHOU - Kalanga (Zambia)
ONJOU - Herero (Namibia)
ONJAMBA - Ovambo (Namibia)
#AB - Damara (Namibia)
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