Monday Motivation: Ongezwa

"Earlier this month, we introduced two Public Relations interns who have been supporting our social media platforms. After visiting our projects, Agape and School of Hope, our interns decided to use the opportunity to also share their own stories and a piece of motivation they continue to live by. 

Ongezwa shares her Monday Motivation:

It's every child's dream to finish the 12 years of Primary and Secondary school without repeating any grade. We all focus on one goal; obtaining that matric certificate, continuing on to Tertiary education and making our parents proud!

No one ever tells us that things don't always go as planned. We face problems that change everything about our destiny and the future we had planned, you may lose a parent, get pregnant, lose a home, get abused etc. There are many factors that may lead to you quitting school. We all have stories to share, a terrible past that becomes our motivation. 

We become victims to situations that in the end, we become victorious too. There's always a light at the end of the Tunnel. I had low self-esteem growing up, in high school I got bullied and teased for the way I looked. As a result, I couldn't stand in front of a crowd but looking at this picture below I realised I have made it through it all. 

Looking at where I am being a Second-year student at CPUT I am thankful to my bullies. Don't lose hope and don't ever give up no matter how hard it is. You will thank me later.

Don't forget to like and comment with your everyday motivational quote, this is mine:

"Baby Girl you are beautiful, unique and special, you are mommy's black princess don't let anyone tell you otherwise"

School of Hope, Restoring Hope!

#ShareYourStory #ourfuture #iambrave #letstalk 


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