- A local man has inspired Mzansi with his encouraging post about working late nights to achieve his dreams
- The doctor went on to share some realistic snaps of what a late night's work truly looks like along with some motivational words for his followers
- Mzansi took to the comments section, praising the doctor for his encouragement
A local man has Mzansi inspired after sharing some encouraging words for all those putting in the late nights to achieve their dreams. The young doctor is working towards his MD and shared the encouraging words in the early hours of the morning when he was probably up doing some studying of his own.
"12:24am. May all those who are up, taking baby steps towards a dream, not give up. No matter what. When it seems impossible, just trust your faith," @DrMkhize4 captioned the beautiful post.
He also went on to share some very unglamorous snaps of his work table decked with a laptop and some textbooks, displaying that the gratification of one's hard studying may not come immediately but the later rewards are definitely always going to be worth the effort.
Social media users were definitely encouraged by the motivational doctor and took the time to share their own similar stories. Check out some of their comments below:
"I'm wishing you the best, keep pushing and let me post something I saw last night while doing my assignment. I hope you can see this."
"Thanks for this. I've surviving on 4 hours of sleep. My body is adjusting to that."
"It always seems impossible until it's done - Nelson Mandela. We move Dr page by page."
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that Varsity World recently shared a heartwarming and super inspirational video that shows a proud husband place his wife's PhD academic colours on her shoulders at her graduation ceremony.
According to the caption, her husband is also a PhD holder and a lecturer at the institution.
"Dr Bronwyn Mthimunye obtained her PhD in psychology from the University of Western Cape, it was a beautiful moment to see as her husband (Dr Katlego Mthimunye) who is a PhD holder and lecturer at the university was the one to hang the academic sash on her shoulders at the graduation ceremony," the post reads.
Locals found that the clip was super inspiring and were soon sharing heartwarming messages of support and encouragement in the comment section:
Mmuelli Mosia said:
"Congratulations Dr... An educated nation is a winning nation."
Rochelle Brink said:
"Congratulations. Well done. Wow! So beautiful."
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Source: Briefly News