- A proud single dad took to Twitter to share a picture of his small home made out of corrugated iron and tweeps commented
- The man's house is made out of corrugated iron and looks very modest compared to the usual house
- The father received encouraging messages from Mzansi tweeps telling him that he is doing his best
Life is not always easy so sometimes we just have to do the best that we can. A Mzansi single dad, @Munyai_Gundo_ shared a picture of his home on Twitter, inspiring many. The father shared that he was raising his children on his own and he is an usher at church.
"I'm a single dad, church usher. I've tried," he said.
The home is made out of corrugated iron and looks very modest. He added "ke zamile" to his post, which simply means "I tried". The picture started trending on social media shortly afterwards and Mzansi users flocked to the post with encouraging messages.
@LindyNtsoko said: "You have done what a lot of people wish they could try... stay focused."
@thuli_mashaba commented: "The beauty of effort. Beautiful, imagine what you’ll do with better resources. What you do with what you have is your expression of gratitude to God and proof that you’re ready for more."
@Thabang_Freed said: "Well done on your new home, it's neat and beautiful. May God continue to bless you."
@kabeloWaka2 said: "A home is about love and safety. Seen kids from double storey brick houses run away end up on the street because it wasn't home. You've done it! You are giving your child a place of love and safety, that's more than most people in brick homes will ever get!"
@BAyamaah commented: "Wow! That's exactly what I've planned for myself hey! You didn't try but made it bro! Count your blessings."
In other inspirational news, Briefly.co.za reported that a doting husband shared an inspiring story about wife. Love stories with a happy ending could put a smile on the face of anyone. Michael and Zanele Leopa's story did just that for many South Africans.
The couple has been together for 10 years, two of which they've been married for but it wasn't always sunshine and rainbows. Michael had a hard childhood. He was raised in an orphanage after both his parents passed away. Zanele didn't care about his financial status or background as they started their strong relationship.
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