This article delineates Bemba eco-existentialism of atemporality. It demonstrates inshita as lived which is deeply entrenched in the quest to become Lesa (God). Bemba atemporality is never conceived in terms of the past or the future. Rather, as the locus of intercourse, a critical site of spiritual interaction, transaction, and exchange aimed at actualizing equilibrium of all vital relationships that make up the cosmos. In this way, inshita is lived and a manifestation of meaningful actions that promote flourishing-becoming of all things.
Kaunda, Chammah J.
"Ishita – Atemporality in Bemba Eco-existentialism,"
Zambia Social Science Journal: Vol. 8:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarship.law.cornell.edu/zssj/vol8/iss1/3