We have been quiet for quite a while, but we are back with much news from Kufunda and Zimbabwe.
As you know Zimbabwe is going through a particularly challenging patch in our collective history. As a country we are battling dire economic and political challenges, a drought that has left us preparing for a year of food shortage and hunger, followed by a cyclone that has devastated communities in the eastern part of our country as well as neighbouring Mozambique and Malawi.
Amidst it all there seems to be a light growing at Kufunda, and a sense of gratitude and possibility.
How is this?
We think it may have to do with our living more deeply into our purpose.
What does it really mean to enter into a landscape and a community?
We have been here for 14 years as Kufunda and yet there is something about this time that feels like we are waking up to another level of what it means to be a community and to be on and of this land.
What stands out to share from this moment of deepening are some of the rhythms of our collective practices that are part of weaving this sense of deepening vitality.