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Ulingana means ‘levelling out’, ‘equalling out’ in the Chichewa language.

Taking some of the wealth from developed nations, using it to enhance the lives of people who, through no other reason than accident of birth, live in some of the desperately poor parts of the world. That sort of ‘equalling out’.

The problem of poverty globally, is so immense it’s not possible to imagine any solution.

But for an individual person, it’s easy. We take one small step, then another, then another..

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Do you want to help?  Change the life of even just one person.  A human being just like you or me.  Except,  born into poverty. You would not believe how easy it is.

For example, in rural East Africa, one of the poorest places in the world

£5 (6 euros, 6.5 US dollars) will keep a family in food for at least a week.

Price of two cups of coffee for us, a godsend in famine time for them.

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  1. Its like you learn my mind! You appear to understand a
    lot about this, such as you wrote the ebook in it or something.
    I believe that you could do with a few percent to pressure the message home a bit, however
    other than that, that is fantastic blog. A great read.

    I will definitely be back.

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    1. Thanks for your appreciation Kiersten. I understand what you say about pressure, but I’m not really a ‘pressure’ person 🙂 I guess I see this as an opportunity for people who connect with what we’re doing. To be focussed on the well-being of others as well as oneself makes the heart happy!

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    1. Shiva, thanks so much! Your kind wishes are worth so much to me, (and the timing is awesome…I’ve been having second thoughts about the site just because of some problems… suddenly you and another follower from my ‘tony’ blog tip the balance for me) so thanks for following my antelope incarnation!! Now I put my human skin back on and go to reply to your comment on that blog!

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  2. It’s absolutely beautiful that you are doing this for the wellbeing of all. Praying that God may reward you for your efforts and may your projects reach many and enlighten the hearts of those in need, nourish their beings and shower them with love and healing. God bless.

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    1. Thanks so much. I found your blog because you liked a post on my other blog…(the sufi songs with Rajesh..). but that blog has gone quiet now until I return from Africa in the spring. But I had a look and your blog is a jewel on the internet, thanks so much for that.
      The two of us that do this blog actually get enormous pleasure from working with our fellow humans. Those less well-off than ourselves. It makes us grow. It may not help anyone that much, but the world needs compassion right now. And sharing…which is what Ulingana means.
      Love, Tony

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      1. well said, the world really needs it right now! And it is so beautiful what you said “helping others makes us grow”.. very true! Thank you for sharing and for visiting my blog. Have a blessed day ahead.

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