Babalwa Mhlauli

Lovelight flower Babalwa


"I am the captain of my soul" Invictus


Face of love


Face of light


Face of glory


Face of hope


Face of compassion


Face of Reconciliation


Face of joy






Face of UBUNTU




Blissful Face


Face of fun and much laughter


Ha ha ha!


Face of BEAUTY






Created in the LIKENESS and IMAGE of GOD


"Quoting her late husband's most famous hit, Rita Marley said the Prince had been born in "One Love", and gave him a scarf worn by Marley on tour over the course of seven years.


The Prince met Mrs Marley at Rise Life, a centre in a deprived area of Kingston which helps local children develop their potential through music.

She said: "Prince Harry's visit is a blessing. He is a very human boy, he was born in one love as we were born in one love. Harry is a gift from God. He spreads the love. I am giving him a letter in which I tell him how we will all see his beautiful mother again one day."


One writer articulates this sentiment so beautifully;


"In every smile, every tear and every cheer you were always there for me through the years supporting me and providing me with all

the energy I needed in order to stand in the game called life."




Face of the SPIRIT

With portals of wisdom and truth


We've seen the key

That opens the door

To God's kingdom

Restoring life to many a souls

The kingdom of salvation

The kingdom of love

The key that lights the way

Leading us

To the tree of life

It is within you Beloved Prince

Its how you affect people

Simply by mere virtue

Of being


"No single individual can assume the role of hero or Messiah.


There are men and women chosen to bring happiness in the hearts of people- those are real heroes." Khulu Mandela


Phenomenal statesman!


"Moving on to Jamaica, the Prince could be forgiven for thinking his welcome would be, at best, lukewarm, given Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller's pledge to server constitutional ties with Britain. But contrary to expectations, the PM's welcome could not have been warmer. The pair were introduced at a state diner in the Queen's honor on the first full day of the Prince's visit. And when they met again the following day, they greeted each other like long lost-friends, with Harry throwing his arms around her and giving her a kiss.


... Harry then headed for Devon House, one of Jamaica's most celebrated historical landmarks, where he worked his charm on the Prime Minister.


She later commented:

"We are inlove with him. He's a wonderful person, such a beautiful person... He's very very nice, a wonderful person just like his grandmother, Her Majesty, when she came and visited. She's so warm. We are all in love with her and his father."


And after lunch with the Prince she declared that Jamaica would always stay in the Commonwealth."




Khulu Mandela once said;


"The first thing is to be honest with yourself. You can never have an impact on society if you have not changed yourself... Great peacemakers are all people of integrity, of honesty, but humility"


Gordon Brown expands;


"What came to mind the first time I met Mandela, was a quote:


'Like a prince entering the room.'


It was partly because of his height, but equally because his demeanor is so striking and so friendly. Here is an enormously warm, friendly personality who also carries authority and stature...


Mandela will be remembered as someone who showed us that people are essentially good. Mandela says in his book that the good in people is a flame that can be hidden but never extinguished. He himself reflects that: he's totally modest and humble. His status and authority come from his personality, not from any position he has held. Even people who have never met him and perhaps know nothing about his life, understand almost just from seeing him that this is a man of stature, authority and great compassion."


Isn't this Prince Harry's spirit?





Shiny shiny dancer!


How we love him!


"Bulging eyes, tongues out and a deafening noise - the moment Prince Harry fully immersed himself in Maori culture when he took part in a military haka.


The traditional ceremony was part of a day of activities for Harry at Linton Military Camp, the largest army base in New Zealand.


Having flown in by helicopter, the Prince got the chance to test drive an All Terrain Vehicle around the base as well as a Light Armoured Vehicle.


He then spent 20 minutes behind closed doors learning a haka before taking part in a display in front of the cameras.


Despite not having long to learn the intense routine, the Prince pulled off the moves with ease while maintaining a look of deep concentration throughout.


At the end he was applauded by the rest of the group and left the hall, looking exhausted after all the practicing.


His whistle-stop tour of the camp also saw him help lift a hangi meal from its cooking pit which was then served for lunch.


During the meal he met service personnel and their families who live on the base, including Corporal Jason Storley, who had to have his leg amputated following an incident in the Solomon Islands in 2009 and went on to take part in the Invictus Games.


"He remembered me and wanted to know how I was doing," he said. "He wanted to know how we were and it's amazing he remembered some of us.


"He asked us how we felt after the games and whether we found ourselves going down in morale afterwards.


"Meeting him definitely boosts your spirits, it gives you a sense of achievement and self worth.


"There's often times when you have to put a brave face on and it can be hard when you're alone but it's moments like this that pick you up."


Harry also met Angie Ansell, 47, who works on the base organising the soldiers' international travel.


She said: "I told him a story about his great grandmother which he enjoyed.


"My husband used to work in the Grenadier Guards (in London) and on his 21st birthday, he was on guard. The Queen Mother found out it was his birthday while he was on guard and arranged for a large brandy to be delivered to him.


"Harry laughed and said that sounded like his great grandmother."


After watching a performance of songs by a Karanga group, Harry met some of the Royal New Zealand nursing corps, of which the Princess Royal is patron.


His time at the base was rounded off with a game of touch rugby with a children from a local school.


Earlier in the day he visited Odyssey House in Christchurch, which is a residential drugs and alcohol rehab centre.


He met staff and learned how they provide individual and group therapy as well as life and work skills to residents, many of whom have been behind bars.


Board chairwoman Karen Fordyce said: "We hope you go home and share with your beautiful niece and Prince George stories about how resilient our Kiwi youth are.


"We also hope you go home and don't share some of the slang they teach you."


Walking down to the centre he posed for photos with dozens of schoolchildren on an unplanned walkabout in the city.


As he moved down the line of excited youngsters from Christ The King School, a trio of 10-year-old girls serenaded him, singing: "Hey Harry, you're so fine, you're so fine you blow my mind. Hey Harry, hey Harry."


Hannah Ferris, Emilie Coates and Gemma Doocey said they were "freaking out" after meeting the royal.


Hannah said: "We just decided to do it a few moments before and he was like, 'wow, that's amazing'.


"We never thought when we came to school this morning we would be meeting Prince Harry. It was crazy, I was freaking out.""


ha ha ha!

Rock star!

Those little girls!

They remind me of that heartfelt note you wrote in honor of Lady Di on her 46th birthday.


"Princes William and Harry, honored their beloved mother with a special concert to be held on what would have been her 46th birthday. The proceeds of the event went to charities supported by Diana and her sons. Prince Harry delivers an address, which he wrote himself,


"She was our guardian, friend and protector." He asked for her to be remembered as "fun-loving, generous, down-to-earth and entirely genuine."


Not too long ago while he was in New Zealand, Robert Jobson, Royal Editor wrote;


"Despite the births of William and Kate’s son Prince George and daughter Princess Charlotte pushing Harry down the royal pecking order, his role will grow rather than be diminished. Why? Because his father and the Queen both recognise that Harry has the ability to connect with people, like Diana had.

People warm to him, not because of his title but because of who he is — a genuine young man with a big heart and a natural nobility. He has turned his life around and has earned a great deal of respect along the way. Today, appropriately, Prince Harry visited the Turn Your Life Around Development Trust in South Auckland. TYLA’s goal is to inspire “at risk” youth to lead a better life."


It is reported that the youth responded positively.


"Ms Cartwright said: “It’s a huge honour to have Prince Harry here. Our young people feel so special that he’s come all this way to see us. They also can’t believe that a royal gets so stuck in, touching everyone and playing.”


The reporter goes on to say;


"From what I have seen close-up, Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s 30-year-old son has all the charisma, wow factor and magic that turned his late mother into a 20th century icon.


But he is not all about the razzmatazz. Beneath his jovial demeanour is a steely determination to do his best for Queen and country — reminiscent of his father, the Prince of Wales.


Ahhh Davide wemikhosi

Nkosasana yempilo






Nkab' ebezidla ngamabala ayo

Okwe ngwe

Ingamandl' onke

Entliziyweni ka Bawo

Siyibonile imisebenzi emikhulu

Oyenzayo nomtakwenu

Niphuhlisa izizwe

Uthando olubanzi

Okweenzulu ezifihlakeleyo






Ngokuba nithe inye into


Me hear;

"We just want to finish the work she (Lady Di) was never able to finish."


Khange nibe nithetha

Nisibonisile ngezenzo

Nithe cwaka

Imisebenzi emikhulu

Ithetha lukhulu

Like ooMakhulu nooKhulu

Your service is as pure as gold


Pope Frances


“Let me set this before you as plainly as I can. If a person climbs over or through the fence of a sheep pen instead of going through the gate, you know he’s up to no good..."



Nibebekile ebukumkanini beNkosi

Therefore the sovereign God

Rewards you in the open


Aw Davide wemikhosi

Malusi othandekayo

Sithunywa sokwenene nenyaniso

I hear the song of your golden heart

The song of your exquisite spirit

The song of your delightful soul

The healer's song heals!


You the epitome of LOVE!

Love is Universal

Its greater than anything we'll ever know

"Faith, hope are great but,LOVE is the GREATEST!"


"A nation should not be judged by how it treats its highest citizens, but its lowest ones."

Khulu Mandela


The people of Lesotho and people who have been touched deeply by your spirit of ubuntu will speak about you in the same manner that the African American Slaves spoke about President Abe Lincoln. One writer says people don't care how much you know, they only care about how much you care.


"At the time of Lincoln's death there was no single pattern into which the stories and anecdotes about him could fit. In the blurred memories of former slaves there was the shadowy outline of a preternaturally shrewed Lincoln, half Moses, half Yankee.


'I think Abe Lincoln was next to the Lord.' Said one ex-slave.


"He's done all he could for the slaves, he set' em free."


Then the aged Negro went on to "reminisce":


'Fore the elections he (Lincoln) traveled all over the South, and he come to our house and slept in Old Mistress bed. Didn't nobody know who he was... He come to our house and he watched close... When he got back up North he writ Old Master a letter and told him that he was going to have to free his slaves, that everybody was going to have to... He also told that he had visited at his house and if he doubted it to go in the room he slept in and look on the bedstead at the head and he'd see where he'd writ his name. Sure enough, there was his name:

A. Lincoln


Gradually the Negro built up a more emotional image of Lincoln, a perfect man and, in a peculiarly individual way, a personal emancipator. In Negro houses all over the nation one could find "many old pictures of Lincoln pasted on the walls of the sitting room over the mantelpiece... They just had to have Lincoln near them,"

Explains their chronicler, John E. Washington;

"They loved him so."

"His life to these humble people was a miracle, and his memory has become a benediction," Dr Washington adds


"To the deeply emotional and religious slave, Lincoln was an earthly incarnation of the Savior of mankind."


According to Simon Montefiore


"Churchill's school carreer at Harrow was undistinguished and he was only accepted at the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst after one failed attempt. He felt intellectually inferior because of his lack of a university education and also regretted the lack of practice in public speaking that he would have gained at unuversity debates.


Churchill also suffered from a slight lisp and a stammer, so from the beginning he set about drafting his speeches in such a way as to avoid many of the pattens of everyday speech that he found so difficult. He visited speech therapists and practiced both words and gestures in front of a mirror until he had mastered his craft. He sometimes spent weeks constructing the speeches themselves, refining and improving them, and in this way came up with a style that was unique. His vocabulary was extremely large and he loved to fill his speeches with inventive word play, alliteration, vivid imagery and metaphors.

However, this style of speech and his manner of delivery did not always suit the mood of times. His big set-piece speeches in the House of Commons, to which he was first elected in 1901, were often criticized as being out of touch and contributing little to debate. He delivered apocalyptic messages so often that politicians and the public alike were tempted to believe that he was crying wolf. But in the period from 1938 leading up to World War 11 people began to take more notice of his message. Elected Prime Minister in 1940 he suddenly appeared to be the right man for the time, and he was finally able to use his remarkable powers of oratory to rally and uplift the whole British nation in its struggle against the Nazi threat."


What changed? Authenticity triumphed! Love prevailed! He didn't steal someone else's intellectual property or style of deliver as I have seen some well meaning leaders do. Exploitation! Slavery! You teach what? Theft! Your own family suffers NOW from your own dysfunctional gospel! Aren't you renowned for your brilliance! The law of karma is inescapable! Justice prevails! Don't give these adults your time and energy! Hypocrites! Follow love!

In 2004, we learn that Churchill was voted greatest Briton' in a nationwide survey.




Prince Harry knighted for service to the Queen


Heartiest Congratulations!


"It will be well with you and your days shall be multiplied and prolonged as the days of heaven upon the earth"


Like Che Guevara


("My father knew how to love, and that was the most beautiful feature of him – his capacity to love. To be a proper revolutionary, you have to be a romantic. His capacity to give himself to the cause of others was at the centre of his beliefs – if we could only follow his example, the world would be a much more beautiful place.")

Che's daughter


You're a distinct freedom fighter

Maverick conqueror

Golden shepherd

Of The Most High

Grandiose guardian

David's Star

"I am the Root of the offspring of David, and the bright Morning Star."

Appointed way before you were

In the womb

Unique Cultural Icon

The Lord delights, thrills and is overjoyed

Because of human beings like you

Who are tireless in matters of Love


May God Bless you and your family deeply and sweetly my hero.








Dear God   


We thank you for your marvelous light that you continue to exhibit through our grandparents. You have taught us that life is a gift therefore what is humanly impossible is possible with you. We are eternally grateful.


Happy Mandela Day to all. May God bless you and your family Makhulu. May He bless you with joy and inner peace, protecting you and your family forever more.


God's love and deepest blessings to all.   


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