One of Sundiata's strengths is his willingness to wait.
The empire was so important to Mali because it was the biggest trade center during that time. The people of ancient Africa did not think so, as they had special people called "griots"who passed the people's traditions and history down orally from generation to generation The mysteries likely have something to do with destiny.
Niane and translated by G.
The story tells the life of a great king in Mali named Maghan Sundiata. The rise of rulers, such as Sundiata in Mali helps illustrate this process of partial adaptation, or syncretism, in order to get a boost of support from the subjects of the kingdom.
They both show talents considered to be unique and contain several qualities of leadership. Not until all his people are freed, all debts are paid, and his kingdom is returned does the story end. The strongest answer to this question suggests that for a griot, history and storytelling are one and the same, since he preserves essential truth by using the "warmth of the human voice" to inspire his listeners.
In these examples men generally have the primary power Further, his constant stressing of his own importance could stretch the credibility of what he describes as "facts".
It is only when they are oppressed by Soumaoro that they finally start to seek out their destined ruler.
But the greater forces work in their own time, and destiny unfolds beyond the sight of humans, so it behooves us to remember that greatness is often born from the measliest of seeds.
His sense of justice is reflected in the way he forgives others' trespasses within reasonand the description of his rule is a just one.