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Recognise the blessings in your life even if at first they may not seem like blessings!

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A wise person once said "Wisdom is the instantaneous recognition that a crisis is a blessing". We need to remember that an opportunity for self reflection or self correction is a blessing which will not necessarily come wrapped with a tag saying, " this is going to be difficult but ultimately good for you". This is why our reactions to what we interpret as happening to us are the true markers of character rather than the things themselves. 

I would like to leave you with 2 messages. 1. Not everything that we think is bad is! Some things may seem bad at first, but turn out to be the best thing that ever happened to you.  2. Idlozi is a blessing! Isibusiso hayi isiqalekiso!! Philani. MAD-G

Last Updated on Sunday, 16 February 2014 03:54

Our country is a reflection of each one of us- we create it!!!

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Sanibonani, ngithemba sonke sisaphila. I have relatively straight forward visions, which mostly don't need interpretation.  So when I see some of the troubling visions I had some time back come to pass, I'm pushed into speaking up.  We need to take a good look at ourselves if we want to live in a society with different values.

For almost a year now I 've been troubled by visions showing blood shed and mayhem in the country. As we keep moving towards the end of the year, the visions continue with the same texture, but more intense where we seem to be losing even our trust in our neighbours. 


Last Updated on Saturday, 02 November 2013 06:56
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