Struggle, suffering and strife do not ALWAYS mean success is around the corner. Blood, sweat and tears are not always precursors of a favourable outcome.
So recently a video was uploaded on YouTube, the Top Ten Prettiest Girls in Bulawayo and the Twitter timeline and some Whatsapp group chats were blazing over it. The main comments are why on earth did some people think that it be a good idea to rate people’s appearance?, some people think others don’t belong on the list (ouch), some people detected colourism, some people are unmoved because they believe it was a publicity stunt.
Have you ever wondered why it is so hard to tick things off your to-do list and why your goals sometimes just seem so out of reach? Here is a post that can hopefully inspire you to get back on your feet again.
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