Evolve Back: Stories from Orange County Resorts

Ubuntu

Nature’s existence depends on the interconnectedness of everything that constitutes it. The urban pace has cost humans our sensitivity towards our ecosystem. We seldom consider the fact that animals too belong here as much as we do.

‘Ubuntu’ is a term that is popular in today’s internet culture. However, unknown to many, ‘Ubuntu’ is originally borrowed from the South African Nguni languages like Zulu and Xhosa and has no direct translation into English, but is used to describe a particular African worldview. ‘Ubuntu’ generally points to man’s humanity towards the surrounding ecosystem.

Meenakshi teaches us the importance of treating animals with respect and compassion. Through an attitude of ‘Ubuntu’, we can all coexist with mutual respect.

Evolve.Back. is our ongoing journey to bring to you captivating stories about our land and its people; a symbiosis that we explore and celebrate through expressive and uplifting video and photo essays every month. We believe this Responsible Tourism Initiative will cause you to see 'evolution' in a new light.

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  1. Mathew says:

    A great initiative to jolt us back to what we are missing up, trading off on and possibly never to experience if we don’t pay heed to nature’s need and ours.

  2. P Kumar says:

    Thank you “orange county” for the lovely video!

  3. Ritaksha says:

    Dear Orange County editor,
    Really appreciate the articles and thoughts behind this and other articles.
    Keep up the Good effort ….
    Best Regards,
    Ritaksha