When understanding the Sadulu House Spiritual Community Center let us first start with the idea of the “Sadulu”. Sadulu means school and comes from the Congolese tradition of community learning.
While the men and women were away working in their agricultural fields the older children would take the younger siblings and teach them. The elders of the community were the primary teachers in their community.
The Sadulu maintains its harmony because each member of the community engages in the learning experience. The older siblings feel a sense of responsibility to the younger children, the younger children have a model to look up to and a standard to strive for. The elders impart their wisdom to the next generation. All members of the community come to learn the calculations and principles of their community. This is where the community members have their identity shaped in a family environment.