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(src)="1"> © 2017 Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania
(trg)="1"> © 2017 Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania

(src)="2"> This publication is not for sale .
(trg)="2"> Kino kintu ke kya kupotejapo .

(src)="3"> It is provided as part of a worldwide Bible educational work supported by voluntary donations .
(trg)="3"> Kulupulwa kwakyo kubadilwa mu mingilo ya kufundija bantu Bible kujokoloka ntanda yonso , ikwatakanibwanga na byabuntu .

(src)="4"> To make a donation , please visit www.jw.org .
(trg)="4"> Pa kuleta byabuntu , twela pa www.jw.org .

(src)="5"> Unless otherwise indicated , Scripture quotations are from the modern - language New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures .
(trg)="5"> Poso’nka kilombwelwe mu muswelo mukwabo kete , bisonekwa bya Kihebelu i bilupulwe mu Mukanda Ukola wa Mwine Leza , ino bisonekwa bya Kingidiki i bilupulwe mu Bisonekwa Bijila ​ — Bushintuludi bwa Ntanda Mipya .

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(src)="1"> Table of Contents
(trg)="1"> Kifunka

(src)="2"> 3 Finding the Way
(trg)="2"> 3 Sokola Dishinda

(src)="3"> 4 Contentment and Generosity
(trg)="3"> 4 Kuloelelwa ne Buntu

(src)="4"> 6 Physical Health and Resilience
(trg)="4"> 6 Bukomo bwa Ngitu ne Kūminina

(src)="5"> 8 Love
(trg)="5"> 8 Buswe

(src)="6"> 10 Forgiveness
(trg)="6"> 10 Lulekelo

(src)="7"> 12 Purpose in Life
(trg)="7"> 12 Kitungo mu Būmi

(src)="8"> 14 Hope
(trg)="8"> 14 Lukulupilo

(src)="9"> 16 Learn More
(trg)="9"> 16 Yukila’ko Bivule

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(src)="1"> The Bible says : “ Happy are those who are blameless in their way . ” ​ — Psalm 119 : 1 .
(trg)="2"> boba babwanininye mu dishinda . ” ​ — Ñimbo ya Mitōto 119 : 1 .

(src)="2"> These seven articles discuss sound , time - tested principles that contribute in a big way to happiness .
(trg)="3"> Bino bishinte bisamba - bibidi bisambilanga pa misoñanya ya kamweno , mine ikwasha bininge pa kwikala na būmi bwa nsangaji .

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(src)="1"> THE WAY OF HAPPINESS
(trg)="1"> DISHINDA DYA BŪMI BWA NSANGAJI

(src)="2"> DO YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF TO BE A HAPPY PERSON ?
(trg)="2"> LELO WIMONANGA BU MUNTU WA NSANGAJI ?

(src)="3"> If so , what makes you happy ?
(trg)="3"> Shi i amo , le i bika bikulengeje wikale na nsangaji ?

(src)="4"> Your family , your work , your religious faith ?
(trg)="4"> Le i kyobe kisaka , kobe kaji , nansha nkulupilo ya kyenu kipwilo ?

(src)="5"> Perhaps you are looking forward to something that may make you happy , such as finishing your schooling , getting a good job , or buying a new car .
(trg)="5"> Padi utengēle kintu kampanda kibwanya kukuletela nsangaji , kimfwa kupwa masomo , kusokola kaji kayampe , nansha kupota motoka mupya .

(src)="6"> Many people experience a measure of happiness when they reach a certain goal or obtain a desired item .
(trg)="6"> Bantu bavule bevwananga nsangaji shi abafikidija kitungo kampanda , nansha shi abasokola kintu kyobadi babila .

(src)="7"> But how long does that surge of happiness last ?
(trg)="7"> Ino le ino nsangaji ya mu kitulumukila ibwanya kwija mu bula bwa bitatyi binga ?

(src)="8"> Often , it is only temporary , which can be disappointing .
(trg)="8"> Divule , ikalanga’tu ya lupito , ne kino kibwanya kulengeja kutyumukwa mutyima .

(src)="9"> Happiness has been described as a state of well - being that is characterized by relative permanence , by emotions ranging from mere contentment to deep and intense joy in living , and by a natural desire for it to continue .
(trg)="9"> Nsangaji i mwiivwanino muyampe wija , kuloelelwa kutwala ku katōkwe kakatampe ka kusangela bininge būmi , ne kyumwa kya kwendelela kwikala nayo .

(src)="10"> Further , as an ongoing state of well - being , happiness has been described , not as a destination or goal , but as a journey .
(trg)="10"> Byoudi mwiivwanino muyampe wa endaenda , o mwanda nsangaji keishintulwilwepo bu kuntu kwa kwenda nansha bu kitungo , inoko i mishintululwe bu lwendo .

(src)="11"> To say , “ I’ll be happy when . . . ” is , in effect , postponing happiness .
(trg)="11"> Kunena’mba , “ Nsa kwikala na nsangaji shi . . . ” na bubine , kuno i kutundulula nsangaji .

(src)="12"> To illustrate , compare happiness with good health .
(trg)="12"> Tulete kimfwa , tudingakanye bidi nsangaji na bukomo bwa ngitu buyampe .

(src)="13"> How do we enjoy that state of physical well - being ?
(trg)="13"> Le i muswelo’ka wa kwikala na bukomo bwa ngitu buyampe ?

(src)="14"> We follow a wise path in regard to diet , exercise , and overall lifestyle .
(trg)="14"> I na kudya bidibwa biyampe , kwitamuna bidyoma , ne kuta mutyima ku bintu bikwabo bya mu būmi .

(src)="15"> Likewise , happiness results from following a good path in life , living in harmony with sound principles .
(trg)="15"> Ne nsangaji nayo mo monka , itambanga ku kulonda bibidiji biyampe bya mu būmi , ko kunena’mba kulonda misoñanya ya mvubu .

(src)="16"> What principles or qualities of life characterize the way of happiness ?
(trg)="16"> Lelo i misoñanya’ka nansha ngikadila iketukwasha tusokole dishinda dya būmi bwa nsangaji ?

(src)="17"> While some are more important than others , the following play a key role :
(trg)="17"> Nansha imo byoidi na mvubu kupita mikwabo , mikatampe bidi i ino :

(src)="18"> CONTENTMENT AND GENEROSITY
(trg)="18"> KULOELELWA NE BUNTU

(src)="19"> PHYSICAL HEALTH AND RESILIENCE
(trg)="19"> BUKOMO BWA NGITU NE KŪMININA

(src)="20"> LOVE
(trg)="20"> BUSWE

(src)="21"> FORGIVENESS
(trg)="21"> LULEKELO

(src)="22"> PURPOSE IN LIFE
(trg)="22"> KITUNGO MU BŪMI

(src)="23"> HOPE
(trg)="23"> LUKULUPILO

(src)="24"> A highly respected book of wisdom states : “ Happy are those who are blameless in their way . ”
(trg)="24"> Dibuku dimo dya tunangu dilēmekibwe bininge dinena’mba : “ Kebo ba katōkwe kabo , shabo !

(src)="25"> Let us now consider that way .
(trg)="25"> boba babwanininye mu dishinda . ”

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(src)="1"> THE WAY OF HAPPINESS
(trg)="1"> DISHINDA DYA BŪMI BWA NSANGAJI

(src)="2"> HOW OFTEN HAVE YOU HEARD HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS MEASURED IN TERMS OF ASSETS OR WEALTH ?
(trg)="2"> LELO NOBE UVUDILE KWIVWANA MUNENENO WA AMBA NSANGAJI NE KULOELELWA BITAMBANGA KU KWIKALA NA BITUNTWA NANSHA BUPETA ?

(src)="3"> Driven by that view , millions work long , exhausting hours to make more money .
(trg)="3"> Bantu bavule byobatādilwe na uno mumweno , o mwanda bengilanga mansá mavule twaji tupungija mwanda wa kwivudijija lupeto .

(src)="4"> But do money and possessions bring lasting happiness ?
(trg)="4"> Ino le lupeto ne bituntwa biletanga nsangaji ya endaenda ?

(src)="5"> What does the evidence suggest ?
(trg)="5"> Le i bika binena’po mānga ?

(src)="6"> According to the Journal of Happiness Studies , once our basic needs are met , more income does little to improve our overall happiness or our sense of well - being .
(trg)="6"> The Journal of Happiness Studies ( Julunale ya Bwifundi bwa Mwa Kwikadila na Nsangaji ) , inena’mba shi tubabwanya’tu bisakibwa byetu bya mvubu , kwikala na lupeto luvule kekuketulengejapo twikale na nsangaji mivule nansha kwikala na mutyima - ntenke .

(src)="7"> Money itself is not the issue .
(trg)="7"> Shako ke bibipo kwikala na lupeto .

(src)="8"> It’s “ the striving for [ money ] that’s linked to unhappiness , ” states an article in the magazine Monitor on Psychology .
(trg)="8"> Kishinte kimo kya mu dipepala Monitor on Psychology kinena’mba “ kwipānina mu kukimbakimba [ lupeto ] ko kwine kekuletangapo nsangaji . ”

(src)="9"> Those words mirror this advice given in the Bible almost two thousand years ago : “ The love of money is a root of all sorts of injurious things , and by reaching out for this love some have . . . stabbed themselves all over with many pains . ”
(trg)="9"> Bino binenwa bikwatañene na madingi a mu Bible ālembelwe tamba kala pano ke padi kubwipi kwa myaka tununu tubidi amba : “ Kusanswa lupeto i kitako kya bintu bibibibi bya miswelo yonso , kadi pa kwipāna’mo bamo . . . ke betapetape na misanshi mivule mine . ”

(src)="10"> What may those pains include ?
(trg)="10"> Le ino misanshi i misanshi’ka ?

(src)="11"> WORRY AND LOSS OF SLEEP BECAUSE WEALTH HAS TO BE PROTECTED .
(trg)="11"> KUZUMBIJA MUTYIMA NE KUBULWA TULO PA MWANDA WA KULAMA BUPETA .

(src)="12"> “ Sweet is the sleep of the one serving , whether he eats little or much , but the plenty belonging to the rich one does not permit him to sleep . ” ​ — Ecclesiastes 5 : 12 .
(trg)="12"> “ Tulo twa muntu wa kwingila mingilo i tulumbuluke , shi adye bingi , shi adye bityutyu ; ino kīkuta kya mpeta kekimulekapo kulāla tulo , ehe . ” ​ — Musapudi 5 : 12 .

(src)="13"> DISAPPOINTMENT WHEN THE PROMISED HAPPINESS FAILS TO ARRIVE .
(trg)="13"> KUTYUMUKWA MUTYIMA SHI BINTU KEBILONGEKELEPO NA MOWADI ULANGILA .

(src)="14"> In part , that letdown is because a craving for money cannot be satisfied .
(trg)="14"> Kuno kutyumukwa mutyima kutambanga ku kwabila lupeto , mwanda kwabilaabila lupeto kekubwanyapo kupwa .

(src)="15"> “ A lover of silver will never be satisfied with silver , nor a lover of wealth with income . ”
(trg)="15"> “ Yewa usanshilwe ndalama kakekutapo ku ayo , ehe , nansha wa kusanswa bungibungi ne ntundubuko . ”

(src)="16"> Also , a hunger for wealth may move a person to sacrifice important things that do promote happiness , such as precious time spent with family and friends or in spiritual pursuits .
(trg)="16"> ( Musapudi 5 : 10 ) Kadi kwabila bupeta kubwanya kulengeja muntu asūle bintu bya mvubu bileta nsangaji , kimfwa kushikata pamo na kisaka ne balunda nansha kwingila mingilo ya kipwilo .

(src)="17"> GRIEF AND FRUSTRATION WHEN MONEY OR INVESTMENTS DEPRECIATE OR FAIL .
(trg)="17"> NJIA NE KWITYEPELWA SHI UBATYOMBA NANSHA SHI BYA BUSUNGA BYOMUTYANGĪLE KEBYENDEKELEPO .

(src)="18"> “ Do not wear yourself out to gain wealth .
(trg)="18"> “ Kokekōkejapo abe mwine kwikala mpeta ; leka ku ñeni ya abe mwine .

(src)="19"> Stop and show understanding .
(trg)="19"> Lelo wele meso obe pampikwa kintu , a ?

(src)="20"> When you cast your eyes on it , it is not there , for it will surely sprout wings like an eagle and fly off . ” ​ — Proverbs 23 : 4 , 5 .
(trg)="20"> Mwanda i binebine bupeta bwilongela mapapa , pamo’nka bwa mukebo wipapa . ” ​ — Nkindi 23 : 4 , 5 .

(src)="21"> CONTENTMENT .
(trg)="21"> KULOELELWA .

(src)="22"> “ We have brought nothing into the world , and neither can we carry anything out .
(trg)="22"> “ Ketuletelepo kintu nansha kimo mu ino ntanda , kadi ketukokejapo kusela’mo kintu .

(src)="23"> So , having food and clothing , we will be content with these things . ”
(trg)="23"> Nanshi shi tudi na bya kudya , bya kuvwala ne mwa kwikala , tuloelelwei bino bintu . ”

(src)="24"> People who are content are not disposed to complain or grumble , and their attitude protects them against envy .
(trg)="24"> Bantu badi na kuloelelwa kebetompwejangapo nansha kwiuningauninga , kadi mwikadilo wabo wibakiñanga ku kwabila kubi .

(src)="25"> And because their desires do not exceed their means , they spare themselves needless anxiety and stress .
(trg)="25"> Kadi byokebabilangapo bintu byokebabwanyapo kupetelwa’po , o mwanda bepukanga kuzumbija mutyima kwa bitupubitupu ne njia .

(src)="26"> GENEROSITY .
(trg)="26"> BUNTU .

(src)="27"> “ There is more happiness in giving than there is in receiving . ”
(trg)="27"> “ Nsangaji ya kupāna itabukile ya kupebwa . ”

(src)="28"> Generous people are happy because they enjoy making others happy , even if all they can give is a little of their time and energy .
(trg)="28"> Bantu ba buntu bekalanga na nsangaji mwanda balengejanga bantu bakwabo nabo bekale na nsangaji , nansha shi byobabwanya kupāna bibalomba’tu kujimija kitatyi kityetye nansha bukomo butyetye .

(src)="29"> They often gain in abundance what no amount of money can buy ​ — love , respect , and genuine friends , who give generously in return ! ​ — Luke 6 : 38 .
(trg)="29"> Divule bemwenanga byabuyabuya bivule kebibwanyapo kupotwa na lupeto nansha shi i luvule namani , kimfwa buswe , bulēme , kwikala na balunda ba bine , bene bakebapa ku buntu bitupu ! ​ — Luka 6 : 38 .

(src)="30"> PUTTING PEOPLE BEFORE THINGS .
(trg)="30"> KUMONA BANTU NA BULĒME KUPITA BINTU BYA KU NGITU .

(src)="31"> “ Better is a dish of vegetables where there is love than a fattened bull where there is hatred . ”
(trg)="31"> “ Bidibwa bya māni ne lusa ponka , bitabukile kunengela ñombe munune ne mushikwa ponka . ”

(src)="32"> The point ?
(trg)="32"> ( Nkindi 15 : 17 ) Lelo i bika bisaka kunena uno vese ?

(src)="33"> Loving relationships with others are more valuable than material riches .
(trg)="33"> Kipwano kya buswe na bantu bakwabo kidi na mvubu kupita bya bupeta .

(src)="34"> And love , as we shall see later , is vital to happiness .
(trg)="34"> Kadi enka na motusa kwikimwena kumeso’ku , buswe budi na mvubu pa kwikala na nsangaji .

(src)="35"> Sabina , a woman in South America , learned the value of Bible principles .
(trg)="35"> Sabina , lolo umo wa mu Amerika wa Kunshi , wefundile misoñanya milēme ya mu Bible .

(src)="36"> Abandoned by her husband , Sabina struggled to obtain life’s necessities for herself and her two daughters .
(trg)="36"> Byamunyemene wandi mulume , Sabina wadi wikonda pa kusokola bisakibwa byandi bya mu būmi ne bya bandi bana babidi bana - bakaji .

(src)="37"> She held two jobs and daily rose at 4 : 00 a.m .
(trg)="37"> Wadi wingila twaji tubidi kadi difuku ne difuku wadi ubūka na 4 : 00 ya ku lubanga .

(src)="38"> Despite her grueling schedule , Sabina decided to study the Bible .
(trg)="38"> Nansha Sabina byaadi na mingilo mivule ipungijana , wakwete butyibi bwa kwifunda Bible .

(src)="39"> The result ?
(trg)="39"> I bika byalupukile’ko ?

(src)="40"> Her economic status remained much the same .
(trg)="40"> Lupeto lwandi kelwavudīle’kopo .

(src)="41"> But her outlook on life improved dramatically !
(trg)="41"> Inoko būmi bwandi bwalumbulukile mu kitulumukila !

(src)="42"> For example , she gained the happiness that comes from satisfying one’s spiritual need .
(trg)="42"> Kimfwa , waikele na nsangaji itamba ku kuvuija bisakibwa bya ku mushipiditu .

(src)="43"> She found true friends among fellow believers .
(trg)="43"> Wasokwele balunda bayampe mu batōtyi nandi .

(src)="44"> And she experienced the happiness of giving by sharing with others what she had learned .
(trg)="44"> Kadi wemwenine ne nsangaji ya kupāna na kusapwila bantu bakwabo byobya byaefundile .

(src)="45"> “ Wisdom is vindicated by its results , ” the Bible says .
(trg)="45"> Bible unena’mba , “ Tunangu tubingijibwanga na mingilo yato . ”

(src)="46"> On that basis , contentment and generosity as well as putting people before things stand thoroughly vindicated !
(trg)="46"> Mungya kino kisonekwa , kuloelelwa ne buntu enka ne kumona bantu na bulēme kupita’ko bintu bya ku ngitu byo bidi na mvubu !

(src)="47"> “ The love of money is a root of all sorts of injurious things , and by reaching out for this love some have . . . stabbed themselves all over with many pains . ” ​ — 1 Timothy 6 : 10 .
(trg)="47"> “ Kusanswa lupeto i kitako kya bintu bibibibi bya miswelo yonso , kadi pa kwipāna’mo bamo . . . ke betapetape na misanshi mivule mine . ” ​ — 1 Temote 6 : 10 .

(src)="48"> “ The love of money ” can lead to . . .
(trg)="48"> “ Kusanswa lupeto ” kutwalanga ku . . .

(src)="49"> Worry and loss of sleep
(trg)="49"> Kuzumbija mutyima ne kubulwa tulo

(src)="50"> Disappointment
(trg)="50"> Kutyumukwa mutyima

(src)="51"> Grief and frustration
(trg)="51"> Njia ne kwityepelwa

(src)="52"> Happiness comes to those who . . .
(trg)="52"> Ba nsangaji i boba . . .

(src)="53"> Are content with what they have
(trg)="53"> Baloelelwa byobadi nabyo

(src)="54"> Are generous
(trg)="54"> Badi na buntu

(src)="55"> Put people before things
(trg)="55"> Balēmekele bantu kupita’ko bintu

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(src)="1"> THE WAY OF HAPPINESS
(trg)="1"> DISHINDA DYA BŪMI BWA NSANGAJI

(src)="2"> CHRONIC ILL HEALTH OR DISABILITY CAN HAVE A MAJOR IMPACT ON A PERSON’S LIFE .
(trg)="2"> MISONGO YA ZENZEKA NANSHA BULEMA BIBWANYA KWIKALA NA LUPUSA LUKATAMPE PA BŪMI BWA MUNTU .