Man shows off his 'small Heaven', thanks God: "Plain and simple"

Man shows off his 'small Heaven', thanks God: "Plain and simple"

- A man took to Twitter on Wednesday to share photos of his crib and it really has the comfort factor

- He revealed although it might be small to many, it was his 'Heaven'

- The post generated thousands of reactions and Mzansi was inspired by the humble man

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A man, who was simply identified @Visani4, proved that one doesn't need a multi-million-rand home to be happy.

He took to Twitter on Wednesday to give South Africans a glimpse into his "small Heaven".

Instead of complaining about not having an expensive penthouse and top dollar furniture, @Visani4 thanked God for the "small wins".

Man shows off his 'small heaven' thanks God: "Plain and simple"

This is the small comfortable home that Visani4 is so proud of. Photo credit: @Visani4/Twitter
Source: Twitter

His post was captioned:

"I thank God for all the small wins. This is my sHall heaven, plain and simple."

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Nearly 15 000 people reaction to the post and many applauded the humble @Visani4 on his crib.

Bantu Bonke, who goes by the Twitter handle @fanon_frantz, commented:

"It’s not a small win, it’s a win and may God grant you more."

Another tweep, @Clive_Dlxmini, added:

"The fact that you own it is an achievement altogether."

Social media user, @CMasiza, wrote:

"In life you don't need everything but you need most of the things. Well done."

Bonga MJ Mokoena, @Sir_halla, said:

"God will bless you with many things in the future simply because you recognise what he has done for you and you're grateful... Your place is beautiful, love it."

Briefly.co.za previously reported on another humble man. An artist, Trevor Menlyn Sidogi, took to social media to show off his new home.

Trevor revealed he built the one-bedroom house for himself and he could not be prouder. South Africans were inspired by the post and they told Trevor to keep on pushing.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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