ubuntu- I am because you are.
Walk Out Walk On, is a book written by two authors Meg Wheatley and Deborah Frieze. They wrote this book to take readers on a learning journey to understand seven communities by meeting people who have walked out of limiting beliefs and assumptions and walked on to create healthy new communities. The two authors really wanted people to see the world in a new light, and to strive to live better lives, even when circumstances aren't so hot. Wheatley and Frieze talk about seven different communities: Mexico, Brazil, South Africa, Zimbabwe, India, Greece, and The United States, all in unique aspects. For instance, in Mexico, they talk about from scaling up to scaling across. They saw people striving for self- determination. Many citizens trying to live and learn as they experiment different things in their lives. People will aiming to Learn horizontally from across different villages and nations. The phrase ubuntu- I am because you are, came from the South African journey. Ubuntu means "my humanity is caught up, is inextricably bound up, in theirs. We belong in a bundle of life. We say, “a person is a person through other people.” This phrase shows a sense of belonging within the people. Their humanity is built through belonging with others. We had the opportunity to create these beautiful prints on bamboo for their ubuntu- I am because you are project.