“I Take Pride in How Far I Come": SA Graduate Shines on Our Timelines

“I Take Pride in How Far I Come": SA Graduate Shines on Our Timelines

- A young graduate recently headed online to celebrate finally bagging her degree

- In her heartwarming post, she thanks the Lord warmly for guiding her this far in her life

- The post received many reactions and comments from locals who were truly proud of her

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A beautiful young woman recently shared with Varsity World a few inspirational words about becoming a graduate after working long and hard. The motivational post included some snaps of herself looking all sorts of amazing in her graduation outfit.

“I Take Pride in How Far I Come": SA Graduate Shines on Our Timelines
This young woman is a graduate. Images: Varsity World
Source: Facebook
“I take pride in how far I come. I Have faith in how far I can go. But I don’t forget to enjoy the journey. I give Honour and Glory to the almighty God."-Diarabetswe Moja. Bachelor of Arts in Forensic Science And Technology, the heartwarming post reads.

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The post received many reactions from locals who could not be more proud of her and made this fact known in the comment section of the post. Read a few of their heartwarming comments below:

Sanelisiwe S'nele Maseko said:

"Congratulations my sister."

Pearl Windvogel said:

"Well done to you."

Rochelle Brink said:

"Congratulations young lady"

Michael Towner said:

"I'm from the United States Congratulations Diarabetswe Moja in obtaining your BA degree in Forensic Science and Technology. You on the Path to Becoming a Global STEM Leader! The Sky is the Limit!"

In more inspirational Briefly News, 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.

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