I See You

Central Africa’s customary greeting “I See You” is a brilliant recognition of the individual. The standard American greeting “How are you?” is often said without regard to a true answer. Saying “I See You” means you recognize another as a person, as an equal, as a fellow human being, and as a friend.

7 thoughts on “

  1. I may not post much these days the world still spirals out of my control, but I will do my best to always acknowledge a fellow human. …….I see you Miss Muse. ….

  2. I think about you often Hot Mess. Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, I hope you’re at peace. X x x x

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