By Steven Chibanhila
YOU MAY NOT BELIEVE ME BUT I HAVE GOOD NEWS ABOUT THE BEACH
Well I was raised and grew by the beach, while you had toys to make a Lego house, I had sand to build a sandcastle which sooner or later I watched it swallowed by the mother sea. To my experience, diversification is the greatest lesson I learned by the beach. I could explore and see footprints of each size, big and small, thick and thin and that made me realize, there is beauty in uniqueness.The uniqueness of red to blue or violet to green is what makes a rainbow 🌈 and I have lived to believe, life is a work of art. Cherish your uniqueness, that is what makes you beautiful for there is beauty in uniqueness.
The beach is metaphor to life, since like smooth waves in a sprinkled water basin it needed my focus to understand it’s reflection to life. The ocean storms so hard sometimes, so does my life, so does yours too, if I am to guess. But after every storm the sun will smile and I will feel the warmth, for, for every problem there is a solution, and the soul’s indefeasible duty is to be of good cheer.It is not going to storm forever, have courage better days are yet to come.
Growing up at a beautiful view of the east, I could see the sun rise and watch it fall. That made me realize each day is a gift. Having access to life is nature’s golden opportunity to mankind, all we have to do is grab it and unleash our very best pottentials. So what I have been saying is, life is an adventure, dare it. A duty, perform it. An opportunity, take it. A journey, complete it. Life is a puzzle, we have to solve it and achieve the goal.
The beach taught me that I need to look at life in a new way. And so must we, ladies and gentlemen.
May the transformation forces be with you