Do not Try to Reject Drinking Coffee Made By Bugis Tribe Makassar Indonesia - Stories of myths attached to the daily life of the Bugis Makassar. One that is considered sacred is the myth refused to drink home-made coffee Bugis Makassar tribe.
The myth says, when the host offers his homemade coffee to the visiting guests, the person offered is required to taste it. If not the slightest touch, the guest is believed to be wretched.
The myth of the ancestors of the Bugis-Makassar tribe is not only awakened by the parents only, but also by local youth.
"Believe it or not, it has happened many times," said Bibi Sane (43), a Bugis tribe resident of Makkaraeng Village, Mandai Sub-district, Maros Regency, South Sulawesi, Saturday, September 9, 2017.
He said, at that time he was going to go on vacation out of the area, when his mother already make a cup of coffee. Because of the rush, Sane did not taste a bit. He had reprimanded the mother, but he soon passed.
"Mother said be careful, Eh, on the road, I experienced a collision and this evidence in hand there is a seam," he said.
As a result of that incident, Sane who has had two grandchildren always reminded his grandchildren to occasionally never reject the offer of host or friend to taste a cup of hot coffee is served, although a little.
"If so, just let me taste a little, never refuse, let alone go on a long journey like Pamali for us Bugis-Makassar," Sane said.
The myth of the ancestor, recognized Sane, has a philosophical meaning. That is, we are reminded to always appreciate and not reject the sustenance provided by the host visited.
"The ancestors may want to teach us that way, how to appreciate and not reject the fortune given by people who really give sincere," said Sane.