- A young man recently shared the story of how he overcame many difficulties on the road to being admitted as an attorney of the High Court
- In the touching post, he explains that it took him six years of studying hard and making sacrifices to reach his goal
- Moved Facebookers congratulated and commended the man for his hard work
The story of how a local young man was able to overcome a number of difficulties to become an attorney of the High Court has been reshared in Facebook's ImStaying group by an inspired Stayer, Danny Mâsh.
In the original post that was made by Sibusiso Sbuda Nhlapo, Sibusiso explains how many people discouraged him from going to study, telling him it was a waste of time. Instead of setting aside his dream, he went on to pursue it restlessly.
"I went to study in Pretoria against people's wishes who wanted me to get a fast and secure job in Middleburg. Most of them didn't even understand why I would sacrifice time to peruse a LLB degree.
"I sacrificed my time to volunteer at law firms, joined organisations to offer my services for free and had sleepless nights at the study hall.
"Today I celebrate as an admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa. I am building my brand with God as the foundation. Trust the timing. Your day will come," wrote Sibusiso in the touching Facebook post.
Many inspired Facebookers shared hundreds of supportive messages with Sibusiso wishing him luck with his life and career.
In other heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, Nozibele Qamngana, a 30-year-old South African woman, recently left thousands of locals inspired after she shared a touching story with group members and Stayers of Facebook's ImStaying group.
In the heartwarming post, Nozibele explains how her poor and uneducated mother moved from Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg after being promised a job by a man she had fallen in love with. Soon she was working as a cleaner and had two children with the man, who she later found out was actually married to another woman.
Nozibele then explains how she, her brother and her mom, abandoned by their dad, lived in poverty, struggling to stretch the salary that a cleaner got to make ends meet. Against all odds, she matriculated and was soon off to university.
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