Throwback. 2011. Regionals. “The Sahara”. Ingrid.
“An anthropologist studying the habits and customs of an African tribe found himself surrounded by children most days.
So he decided to play a little game with them. He managed to get candy from the nearest town and put it all in a decorated basket at the foot of a tree. Then he called the children and suggested they play a game. When the anthropologist said “now”, the children had to run to the tree and the first one to get there could have all the candy to him/herself.
So the children all lined up waiting for the signal. When the anthropologist said “now”, all of the children took each other by the hand ran together towards the tree. They all arrived at the same time, divided up the candy, sat down and began to happily munch away.
The anthropologist went over to them and asked why they had all run together when any one of them could have had the candy all to themselves.
The children responded: “Ubuntu… How could any one of us be happy if all of the others were sad?”
Ubuntu is a philosophy of African tribes that can be summed up as:
“I am because we are.”
Week 31: 16.03.05
A. Box Squat: 10×2: Build – E90S
B. E90S x 10:
Odd: 5 Seated Dual DB Strict Press
Even: 5 UB Strict HSPU
C. E2M x 5: MEUB MU
5x400m – Rest 1:30
5x200m – Ret 0:30