Sekoele Basotho creates a spiritual awareness and a return to the God, Tlhatlha-Macholo. Motse ho hauoa oa morapeli - ‘the believer’’s village is built’. It encourages an abidance of spiritual laws.
This will enable the Basotho to prosper, much as the Jews did in founding Israel after centuries of persecution that culminated in the Holocaust.
A return to Tlhatlha-Macholo will enable the people to identify themselves, bring rain and help the country prosper and become a great nation.
The Sekoele blanket represents unity through the depiction of the iconic hat and a series of love symbols revealing the hearts of the Basotho.