"Happy for You": The Net Reacts to Soldier Who Went on to Graduate

"Happy for You": The Net Reacts to Soldier Who Went on to Graduate

- A young man recently headed online to share a "How it started vs How it's going" post

- His post included a snap of himself as a young soldier and another of him as a graduate

- Many people absolutely loved to see it and were soon in the comment section sharing their thoughts and congratulatory messages

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A young man recently lit up the internet after proudly taking part in the "How it started vs How it's going" challenge. His post featured a snap of himself as a young soldier and another of him as a proud and handsome young graduate.

"How it started vs How it's going," the heartwarming post was captioned.
"Happy for You": The Net Reacts to Soldier Who Went on to Graduate
This young man has made himself so proud. Image: AwutMading
Source: Twitter

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The post absolutely blew up and amassed over 53k likes. Many people also headed to the comments section where they shared sweet messages of support and encouragement. Read a few of their comments below:

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@bekmior said:

"From a child soldier to a University graduate. If there anything I have learned is that no matter what happened to you "Don't quit dreaming""

Agbogidi the magnificent! said:

"The human spirit is the greatest life force in existence, this is yet another proof!"

@angerkurbona said:

"This what they mean when they say there's a light at the end of the tunnel!!!! Congratulations!!!"

Briefly News also reported that sometimes our callings only become clear later on in our lives and following them at that stage is up to us. A brave young woman Kholofelo Makofane recently shared with Facebook page Varsity World how she made the brave decision to leave her job as a bank manager to become a building science student.

"I was once an Assistant Branch Manager at Capitec Bank. After almost 5 years I decided to follow my dreams of being in construction.

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"2019, at the age of 29 I was a first-year Building Science student at TUT. 2020 at age 30 I was given an opportunity to do my Experiential Training at Steffanuti Stocks. 2021 at age 31, I am a final year student."

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