- Hulisani Ravele understands the importance and power of self-love
- Taking to social media, Hulisani shared some words of wisdom, emphasising the importance of thinking positively about yourself
- Hulisani encouraged people to face their downfalls head-on and build themselves up from them instead of breaking themselves down
Hulisani Ravele has seen all the unkindness going on around the world and felt the need to encourage people to be kinder to themselves and others. You need to show yourself a little love.
Taking to social media, Hulisani shared some words of wisdom, emphasising the importance of thinking positively about yourself. If you don’t love and respect yourself, how do you expect others to?
Hulisani reminded people that it is okay to not be okay, but it is not okay to beat yourself up about it. Self-love is one of the greatest superpowers.
“No-one is OK 100% of the time. You are allowed to have low days. You are allowed to have smallanyana (or even bigganyana) cries. Yes, even during a winning season. Don't let what others expect you to feel dictate how you really feel. Pause, feel, be kind to yourself.”
Hulisani went on to say that while she wants people to take control of negative situations, it is equally important to face them and really deal with them before trying to move forward. Life is one big learning journey.
“Highs come with lows. Don’t always be in a rush to get over the low, take time to listen to it ... it’s a nudge, a whisper that something is not right. Listen intently, pray deeply, seek a revelation and then move.”
Thanks for the awesome advice, momma!
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Hulisani Ravele, local child star and TV personality, isn't feeling very safe as a woman in South Africa. She shared on social media that she had fired her contractor who was working on renovations at her home because he made her feel uncomfortable.
The man, whom she chose not to name, requested a kiss from her and Hulisani made the choice to rather end their working relationship than feel threatened or scared.
The presenter shared a snapshot of the message she sent to the contractor to end their agreement, asking him to not contact her again.
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