The version below seems to be the most complete one. Short stories celebrating Einstein: 'I Am Because You Are' One hundred years after Einstein altered our view of the universe, a new collection of short stories is a … You’ve got a friend in us, because we made this quiz so you can find out which Toy Story character you are. The Spirit of Ubuntu. We engage with others through stories, and storytelling is a lot more than just a recitation of facts and events. Michael Morpurgo What this demonstrates, I think, is how impressionable and vulnerable we are in the face of a story, particularly as children. . I AM THANKFUL FOR all the complaining I hear about the government, because it means we have freedom of speech. "It's called 'I Am You' because we can reflect in these characters. You wouldn't think a box of hair dye would have much to do with women's liberation, but the origin of L'Oreal's slogan was feminist as hell. Wherever my story takes me, however dark and difficult the theme, there is always some hope and redemption, not because readers like happy endings, but because I am an optimist at heart. We inevitably interpret the meaning in stories and understand ourselves better. At the end of the day we all bleed the same, we all hurt the same, we all want the same things in life," she said. This is a story that has been shared online in various sites. I am sharing this story as my very first blog because it is the perfect way for me to introduce you to a key African concept I … . The african philosophy of Ubuntu. As human beings, we are automatically drawn to stories because we see ourselves reflected in them. The culture of ‘UBUNTU’ comes from Africa—I AM BECAUSE WE ARE I bring to you a very nice short story from Africa based on the motivational culture of ‘Ubuntu.’ Once, an anthropologist, proposed a game to the tribal children of Africa. They are us. After you take this quiz, get ready to play big at Toy Story Land, which is opening June 30 at Walt Disney World Resort! I know the sun will rise in the morning, that there is a light at the end of every tunnel. Ubuntu in the Xhosa culture means: “I am because we are.” ... Why an anthropologist would possibly be telling this story is because in the Eastern Cape – home of the Xhosa people – are some of the world’s oldest human fossils and many go to study what some claim to be the cradle of humankind. FOR the parking spot I find at the far end of the parking lot, because it means I am capable of walking and I have been blessed with transportation. Stories are central to human cognition and communication. We didn't have snow, we ate mangoes, and we never talked about the weather, because there was no need to . Belonging in a greater whole. Photographed by the award-winning photojournalist Kristen Ashburn, the pictures portray the lives and deaths of the young left behind, in some cases to fend for themselves, and exemplifies the powerful truths of a people's demise. I Am Because We Are is the powerful photo accompaniment to the film documentary by the same title.