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Thursday, March 28, 2013

How would you translate these phrases in the most understandable way for the average Haitian? The context is "Who I am in Christ." Here are the phrases: I am accepted. I am secure. I am significant. Thanks!!!!

I am accepted. 
Mwen se yon moun adopte.
Mwen se yon moun rekonèt.
Mwen se yon moun li akeyi. (He has welcomed me)

I'm significant.
Mwen gen enpòtans.
Mwen se yon moun konsekan.
Mwen konsekan.
Mwen konte nan zye li. (I matter in his eyes)

I am secure.
Mwen byen kore. (I'm well anchored)
Mwen byen plante. (I'm well rooted)
Mwen ansekirite. (I'm in a safe place)
Mwen alabri. (I'm sheltered)
Mwen ansite. (I'm safe)

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