Cape Town – South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama have warmed the hearts of many in a resurfaced clip of them dancing together.
According to Independent, the clip is from the documentary Mission: Joy – Finding Happiness in Troubled Times.
“At the time of my death, I will remember you” the Dalai Lama is heard saying to Tutu in the clip.
Watch the snippet of the video below:
this is extraordinary footage pic.twitter.com/XMyz8JdhoO
— a rare photo of sean connery signed by roger moore (@steamedhamms) December 26, 2021
Tutu died on Sunday aged 90.
Since then, politicians and celebrities all over the world have expressed their heartache over the news.
Under his belt, Tutu had a Nobel Peace Prize which he was awarded in 1984 for combatting white minority rule in his country.
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He coined and popularised the term “Rainbow Nation”.
Twitter reacted to Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama’s resurfaced video, with many applauding and gushing over their friendship.
Take a look at some of the Twitter reactions:
If you have to watch only one thing today, this is it! https://t.co/kOaif96rq7
— Nitin A. Gokhale (@nitingokhale) December 27, 2021
So incredibly wholesome https://t.co/xWQssj1bXO
— Jin Russell (@DrJinRussell) December 27, 2021
The friendship between Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama was marvellous… https://t.co/hydseMFRfj
— Alastair McAlpine, MD (@AlastairMcA30) December 27, 2021
“At the time of my death, I will remember you.”
Brb, gonna cry. https://t.co/keIZEAEpPX
— son of baldwin 🌹 (@dansmywholename) December 27, 2021
Picture: Getty Images
Compiled by Sinothando Siyolo