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  • Meet Sister Anuarite Ngendaqimana Salamba, SDS

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    Hello! Jambo! My name is Sister Anuarite Ngendaqimana Salamba. I was born in 1983. My nationality is Tanzanian. In my family we have ten children. I have five sisters and five brothers. My father’s name is Peter Salamba Mujuka. He is a specialist in agriculture and my mother’s name is Elizabeth G’ohaneda Kulwa. She takes care of my family. So I’m very grateful to be in the ... Read more

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A Prayer for Relaxation

Dear God, please help us to rest.
Please help us remember that You are all there is.
 
I place my list of things to do in Your hands,
just for a moment, I let go.
I place any thoughts about how things should be different in Your hands,
just for a moment, I let them go.
I place any thoughts about how anyone else should be different in Your hands,
just for a moment, I let them go.
I place any thoughts about how I should be different in Your hands,
just for a moment, I let them go.
 
Right now, just for a moment,
I allow things to be exactly as they are.
I allow myself to be exactly who I am.
And so, I rest.
 
Amen.