Wheelchair-bound woman post inspirational message about success

Wheelchair-bound woman post inspirational message about success

- Seemole Tshaba does not see her disability as a weakness but a strength to gives her the ability to do anything

- She is eternally grateful to her mom for being so tough on her and teaching her independence

- She shared her inspirational story with South Africa and Facebook users loved it and let her know in the comments

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Seemole Tshaba posted her inspirational story on Facebook in the #ImStaying group. She shared her story about how she grew up to be the woman she is today.

She revealed that her mom was strict and tough on her, which she is extremely grateful for because it made her independent.

Seemole is a mother, an aunt, a friend, a wife and a friend. She is also clever, strong, smart and ambitious.

What she is not, is she is not apologetic and does not see her disability as a weakness but as a strength the made her realise that she is able to do anything.

"When I grow up I realise that I was different ♿ from my siblings, other kids, and classmates I couldn't understand but she(my late mom �) make me understand in her different way . She never spared the rod to spoil me, instead she tough me to be independent. I truly thank her, because am more responsible than I thought I could be, I am a strong, smart, ambitious, clever to mention but few......I am a mom, wife, aunty, friend........ Mostly I am who I am, I am not apologetic........ My DISABILITY made me realise that I have the ABILITY to be who I want to be...

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Wheelchair-bound woman post inspirational message about success
Seemole Tshaba is a strong independent woman who does not see her liability as a weakness but a strength. Photo credit: @Seemole Tshaba
Source: Facebook

Carmen Lawrence:

"I wish more able-bodied people could have your mentality and realise they can do anything as long as their mind is positive. Keep on being an inspiration to those around you. Well done."

Roselyn Lentsa:

"No who said you're disabled because I see someone, strong powerful independent, I am speechless about you dear."

Eva Phaho:

"Yes, Woman of Strength. It encourages to hear such powerful words. Life needs to be lived for as long as you still have breath under His Mercy. Go on Sister bcos you can. ❤❤"

Mapula Mokgele:

"You also were willing to be taught by mommy dearest. Your limitation does not determine your goals. Keep on keeping on, dear sister. Happy women's month."

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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported Nolizwe Xongo posted her inspirational story on the Facebook group #ImStaying where she celebrated 31 years of marriage with her husband, Isaac Luzipho.

What makes her story so special is what an amazing person she is. She stayed with her husband after he had a serious accident in 2007 which left him wheelchair-bound.

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Tyla Ann Gurney has taken to Facebook to pay tribute to her caregiver, Samaria, who has looked after her for the past 13 years.

She posted the message on Samaria 's birthday to thank her for all that she had done for her in the Facebook group #ImStaying.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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