The meaning of “Presence” in Te Ao Māori, the Māori World.
An important element of Presence and a Māori understanding of it, is the often used expression: “kanohi ki te kanohi” which translates to “eyes to eyes”, or “face to face”. We can refer to a similar expression: “Kanohi kitea” which means the “seen face” or “to be seen”. These expressions are often used as slogans – “being there is everything”.
This kind of presence – of being there where we are needed, captures Catherine McAuley’s charism in a wonderful way. This session will put Catherine McAuley’s charism in a Māori context.
Presenter: Richard Kerr-Bell
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