Babalwa Mhlauli

Lovelight flower Babalwa

Delight

"When your consciousness is directed outward, mind and world arises.

When it is directed inward, it realizes its own Source and returns home into the Unmanifested"

 

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Oh woman

How lovely it is

To be glazed by your loveliness

Your smile is a melody of profoundness

A melody Tender love

A melody of Pureness and

Restoration

 

Oh woman

How you move

That womanly figure

Across the room

Who taught you

How to be so lovely?

Dressed in torn jeans

Spectacularly in flowing garments

Or modeling in bikinis

You are a picture of wholesomeness

None of these external things would

Mean anything

If your heart didn't enhance them

If your soul didn't blaze them in beauty

If your spirit didn't illuminate them

 

Its you we love

Your true essence

That makes you so relatable

Your compassion

Your spirit of Ubuntu

The ease with which you connect

Your PRESENCE

 

How good it feels!

Blessed be to God Most High

Who fashioned you

In His Likeness and image

Peace on Earth

Good Will to human kind

Blessings and love to your entire family

 

Good Morning Princess Kate

 

I'm standing on the balcony about to sweep the floor. It's my favorite place to capture masterpieces when they are ready. This is where the sun shines brightly and illuminates for me so that I can capture them as best as I can. Whitney Houston is singing one of my favorite songs;

"I'm your baby tonight."

She looks like a rock star,

Rocking torn jeans and biker's jacket

A huge contrast to me

(Ha ha ha)

Rocking a long, very thin material, pink night dress

Its a gift from my aunt

It makes look like I'm Jan Van Rebeeck's wife

So ancient

So Victorian

Ha ha ha

I love it thaaat much

(Arms wide open)

 

As I dance, sweep and sing

I'm in perfect presence of heaven's everlasting blue sky

An oasis of endlessness spreads out before me

In all directions so benevolently

Its a blessing to wake up

To sunshine love and all her pleasantness

 

Yesterday I read that you feel the baby moving all the time.

Blessed is the fruit of your womb

May God protect you and your unborn baby.

 

(By Simon Perry  @SPerryPeoplemag 01/19/2015 AT 02:45 PM

 

"Kate, 33, told well-wishers she could feel her baby kicking while opening a London recreation center as part of her official royal duties Monday.

 

"It's moving all the time. I can feel it kicking now," she told Martina McDonagh, 17, while holding her tummy to prove her point.

 

Martina, a student at Jack Tizard School, London, met Kate when the princess officially opened Kensington Leisure Centre in west London.

 

"I told her I hoped it was a girl but she said she doesn't know yet," Martina told reporters afterwards. "She said it was moving around a lot."

 

...The center has special meaning for the royal family. Prince William learned to swim there as a child, when a pool existed on the same site as the new center.

 

"The Duchess was talking about Prince William learning to swim here and she said she hoped Prince George can come here to learn too," Tim Ahern, the council's Cabinet member for environment and leisure, told reporters.

 

"If George goes to school at Wetherby or one of the other local schools, he will almost certainly come here. Wetherby will use it."

 

As she toured the center – which has three swimming pools, a 120-station gym and a dance studio – Kate watched a series of sports being played. Over at the tai chi demonstration, Kate told grandmother Shelagh Laslett-O'Brien, 65, that she liked the look of the sport. "She said she'd maybe come down and try it after she's had the baby," Laslett-O'Brien, a retired social worker who ran a centre for homeless and refugee families in nearby Bayswater, tells PEOPLE.

 

She spoke to 3- and 4-year-old arise new from St. Francis of Assisi Primary school, asking them about the throwing game they were playing. "I thought the children would be nervous but they were really comfortable talking to her," teacher Ailbhe Donoghue, who praised the duchess's calm nature, tells PEOPLE. "She seemed very natural with the children. She had a nice presence."

 

http://www.people.com/people/package/article/0,,20395222_20893651,00.html

 

A phenomenal women never takes any human being for granted

She sees herself in every human being

A phenomenal women

Knows no segregation

She knows no discriminate

She doesn't categorize people

According to class and race

Causing divisions that leave society scared

Breeding discourse amongst fellow citizen in the global community

A phenomenal connects to the core

And the soul of every individual

She moves with ease and grace

She empowers

She brings out the best in others

And you Princess Kate are indeed

Our Phenomenal Women

This generation is blessed to have you

You are our Queen indeed

Its your presence

Your caring nature

Your simplicity

That uplifts nations

"The beauty of a woman lies as much in her face as in her body."

Gandpa Mandela

You have deeper beauty

Your personality shines

Its in perfect alignment with

Your soul and spirit

 

My soul communicates with yours directly right now

No words

No speech

Just feeling

You are Universal Good

All I can say is

Thank You Lord

It is through evolved souls

Still beings

That honor God through their actions

That we feel we have arrived

“Young people are capable, when aroused, of bringing down the towers of oppression and raising the banners of freedom.” Granpa Mandela

Because

"Its who you are, not what you say and do, that counts.

Your true being brims over into words and deeds." Saint Luke

 

Saint James cautions;

"Don't bad-mouth each other, friends. Its God's Word, his Message, his Royal Rule, that takes a beating in that kind of talk. You're suppose to be honoring the Message, not writing graffiti all over it. God is in charge of deciding human destiny. Who do you think you are to meddle in the destiny of others?"

 

I hear sweet melodies

Of your loving heart

I'm richer

I shine

I blossom

I fly joyfully

Because you've touched my soul

You share a birthday with Grandpa Mandela's organisation

The African National Congress

It feels as though grandfather Mandela was communicating something with you and

Prince William the day you had to tell the world that he had indeed gone home to be with his elders, his loved ones,

The great man and women who left us with the gift of freedom

Who appointed us stewards of the earth

Above all who chose us to be messengers of love

 

"An injury to one is an injury to all"

The prosperity and peace of one individual wherever they may be, brings about prosperity and peace to all.

 

This was the Queen's message of love to South Africa and the world on our Freedom Day.

 

What we know for sure is that young people make things happen. Some adults who preach advancement are way too cynical, jealous and malicious. They destroy all things good and beautiful, but we blessed to have one another. This is our time, this is our world. Its the ANC youth league of grandpa Walter, Oliver and Mandela who freed us. Adults have lived their lives, perhaps those who want stop progress have deeper psychological issues that we know nothing about. It makes no sense to be destructive when they know perfectly well what it took to get this far.

 

Speech by President Nelson Mandela on South Africa Youth Day

 

16 June 1995, Ladysmith

 

Master of Ceremonies;

Ministers;

Leaders of the youth;

Comrades and friends.

 

Today, in various parts of the country, local communities - students, parents and teachers - have come together to clean schools. They are committing themselves to make teaching and learning a fulfilling and rewarding experience.

 

This is one of the central messages as we mark the second South Africa Youth Day under conditions of democracy. Through these activities, we are driving home a central message:

 

that education is the most important asset that our youth should acquire; and

 

that for the government to succeed in improving education, it must have the support of students, teachers and parents alike.

 

That is what the spirit of Masakhane is all about. We can only succeed as a nation if we build one another and build our country together.

 

For its part, the government is taking the education system out of the crisis it has been in for years. We have abolished apartheid education departments. We have started phasing in free education. We have taken the first steps to improve conditions in technikons, training colleges and universities. Through the Public Works Programme, we aim to impart skills to our youth.

 

We are doing all this because we know that, without education, our efforts to provide jobs, better health facilities, water, electricity and other needs, will not be sustained. The RDP requires youth with skills.

 

But remember: at the end of the day, your progress will depend on how you apply yourselves to your work. The road to a better life demands hard work. It demands discipline, patience and responsibility.

 

This generation of youth stands at the border-line between the past of oppression and repression, and the future of prosperity, peace and harmony.

 

On behalf of the government, I wish to say once more, that no one receives the attention of our government more than the youth. You are our future. In your hands is the key to make South Africa a great country; to make our society a prosperous and caring nation.

 

Dear Comrades and Friends;

 

When we marked June 16 last year, there was understandable concern over the delay in declaring this day a public holiday.

 

Today, we can proudly say that we have given a fitting tribute to our young heroes. June 16, South Africa Youth Day, is a paid public holiday.

 

We celebrate June 16, 1995 after our first Freedom Year, with new and bigger challenges facing the youth. You were in the forefront of the liberation struggle. Today you must be in the forefront of reconstruction and development.

 

Three days ago, our parliament ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. The document bearing our nation`s signature is being handed over today at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.

 

This UN Convention gives us a standard to measure progress in fulfilling the rights of our children.

 

Children were the beneficiaries of our very first steps to improve the living conditions of our people, through the school-feeding scheme and free health care.

 

The government recently brought an end to the detention of young people in prisons. The Constitutional Court outlawed corporal punishment of children. These were totally unacceptable practices, with no place in our society.

 

But these measures have a wider meaning for the youth. And I want to address a special plea to all South Africa`s youth:

 

Join hands and assist government in dealing with the scourge of crime and lawlessness. The success of the Community Safety Plan depends on co-operation between the youth in particular and the police.

 

Resist the temptation to use drugs, and to be used by criminal syndicates in their drive to destabilise our society. Prove to the criminals and the lawless that they have no friends in our midst. This applies even more in our efforts to deal with the scourge of violence.

 

We meet here in Ezakheni, one of the areas that have experienced political violence in the past. The message I bring you is a message of peace. Throughout South Africa, the nation is busy improving its lot in conditions of peace. I call on the youth of KwaZulu/Natal: don`t allow yourselves to be left behind. Join your brothers and sisters in the rest of the country in bringing about peace.

 

Without peace, you cannot have proper education. Without peace, it will be more and more difficult to create jobs; business will invest its funds elsewhere; tourists will not come to these beautiful environs that your province has.

 

KwaZulu/Natal`s youth should join hands to promote free political activity; to foster political tolerance; to condemn and remove no-go areas. The future of KwaZulu/Natal is in your hands. Build it today!

 

I wish to assure you that I remain firm in my commitment to stop violence and save lives. Those involved in violence, irrespective of parties from which they claim to come, must know they will face the full might of the law. Killers will not have any mercy, no matter what positions they occupy. Nothing will be allowed to stand in the way of this objective; because peace and prosperity are what the people of this province want. This is what you deserve

 

served also if leaders ensure that they do not make statements which incite their followers to violence. At our recent cabinet meeting, Finance Minister, Chris Liebenberg appealed to all of us to ensure that we do not make remarks which have the effect of frightening away investors. The ANC and I accept this without hesitation.

 

And I call on ANC and IFP members in KwaZulu/Natal to rise and fight for peace. We have it in our power to stop this tragedy, which goes against the spirit of our great heroes: Shaka, Cetshwayo, Dingane and others. The killing of Zulu by Zulu must stop; the killing of South African by South African must stop. Violence must end.

 

The task of improving people`s lives is even more challenging in the rural areas. Here, apartheid left communities in conditions that defy description. That is why the RDP puts such emphasis on rural communities. And, above all, we want to ensure that the rural communities themselves determine their needs and priorities.

 

Traditional leaders have an important role to play in this effort. And we appreciate very much the statements of King Zwelithini about the need for peace, rural development and investments.

 

We call on all traditional leaders in KwaZulu/Natal to join with us in these efforts. We appeal to them to take active part in the rural development projects being introduced.

 

The government is determined to improve the conditions of traditional leaders. Though this may take some years to achieve, we want to make sure that they lead a lifestyle which respectable leaders of their stature deserve. We want to ensure that they can play their role as community leaders without political interference.

 

Comrades;

 

The youth, as the future of our country, have an important part to play in shaping our new democratic constitution. We are all impressed by the submissions you made in the public hearings of the Constitutional Assembly held recently at the World Trade Centre.

 

We are also following with keen interest the debate on the draft bill on the youth commission which we announced last year. And we will ensure that this process is speeded up.

 

This will create better conditions for the youth to be a full part of reconstruction and development. It will ensure that the youth, from whatever walk of life, background and race, embrace the growing national consensus and serve the interests of South Africa.

 

I am confident that South Africa`s youth is more than ready to meet the challenge of freedom. Wherever you are - in the schools, in religious institutions, at work, in the army and police services, in sporting bodies, as cultural workers... be assured that we love you all and you shall always remain in our hearts. We are firm in our conviction that you deserve a better future.

 

Together let us build that bright future. Masakhane!

 

"We don't understand the great things He does, to his miracles there is no end." Scripture

 

A women with an open heart

Loving soul

Shining spirit

Reigns supreme

A women who is deeply rooted in the essence of life

In building others while she nurtures herself and her family

Is a treasure for all time to come

You are this woman to me

Princess Kate

I saw you in New York with

Prince William

I saw how you moved

Your softness and tenderness

One with the people

An expecting mom with a baby at home

Yet traveling with an open heart to far off places to serve

What could be more inspiring than this?

 

"Do you want to be counted wise, to build a reputation for wisdom? Here's what you do: Live well, live wisely, live humbly. Its the way you live, not the way you talk, that counts. Mean-spirited ambition isn't wisdom. Boasting that you are wise isn't wisdom. Twisting the truth to make yourselves sound wise isn't wisdom. Its the furthest thing from wisdom- its cunning, devilish conniving. Whenever you trying to look better than others or get the better of others things fall apart and everyone ends up at the others' throat. Real wisdom, begins with a holy life and is characterized by getting along with others. Its gentle and reasonable, overflowing with mercy and blessings, not hot one day and cold the next, not two-faced. You can develop a healthy, robust community that lives right with God and enjoys its results only if you do the hard work of getting along with each other, treating each other with dignity and honor."

 

Thank you Princess Kate for all that you are. May God Bless you and your family forever more.

 

"Joyfully you'll pull up buckets of water from the wells of salvation.

And as you do it, you'll say,

"Give thanks to God.

Call out his name.

Ask him anything!

Shout to the Nations, tell them what he's done,

Spread the news of his great reputation." Isaiah

 

May you have a lovely day, full of love light and peace.

 

“I pay tribute to the endless heroism of youth.” Granpa Mandela

 

Love,

Babalwa