- A young woman recently celebrated bagging her PhD with a heartwarming Facebook post
- In a truly inspirational post, the young Mzansi lady explains that it took her 10 whole years to finally become a qualified doctor
- Many people loved the post and her persistence and shared their thoughts in the comments section
A beautiful South African woman recently lit up many timelines after sharing an inspirational post with Facebook page Varsity World about how she has finally managed to complete her studies and bag her PhD.
" 'My final graduation - 10 years in the making - PhD before 30!' - Anzel de Lange (PhD) Meteorology & Air Quality," the motivational post reads.
Because the achievement is truly something to be inspired by, it is no surprise that many people reacted warmly to the post. A lot of them headed to the comment section where they congratulated the young woman heartily.
Read a few of their thoughtful comments below:
Johan Bosman said:
"Congratulations and wishing you all success in the future."
Jabulile Mabaso said:
Penda Pala said:
"Congratulations lady. Well done."
Kutlwano Matlala said:
"If there is one thing I wish for my kids, is to study till PhD before they think of employment... I'm inspired my lady... following."
Briefly News also reported that 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. 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.
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.
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Source: Briefly News