- Three local friends recently all celebrated graduating by sharing highly motivational photos
- The inspiring post features a number of pictures - one when the ladies were in high school and another at each of their graduations
- People were left truly inspired by the heartwarming post and many of them also took to the comments to share their thoughts
More and more South Africans are uplifting themselves in empowering ways. Three young Mzansi beauties are only a few of them. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying group, Ayanda Ndlovu Kwanele shared a heartfelt post.
The post shows a beautiful photo of three friends who were in high school together and three more of the same three girls all dressed proudly in their graduation gowns, looking as beautiful as ever.
"Because all things are possible with God," Ayanda heartily captioned the Facebook post.
Many people were left truly inspiring by the touching post. Many of them also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below.
Hilda Polley said:
"Congratulations and well done girls! Your futures look bright! GOD bless you all abundantly."
Renee Gorin said:
"It's not where you come from, it's where you're going to! Congratulations and well done. And all the best for many more to come."
Estie Wentzel said:
"Thank you, I needed that reminder. Congratulations!"
Nkosnathi Ntshinga said:
"This is rare and amazing, the Jen is still on, can't wait to see you, girls, in your work suits. You've done well."
Faiza Johnson said:
"You ladies are just amazingly beautiful. All the best for the future and keep going. God bless you abundantly."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, a young South African woman, Nokuzola Mamane Kakaza Zungula, recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a heartfelt post about a social worker who had pushed her to achieve many things and live beyond her disability.
"Hey, Stayers. Being in a wheelchair made me question numerous things just not my life, I don't have any excuses for things I cannot do and my strength is seen and not heard. The lady next to me on this post is a social worker and she is one of the reasons I was able to make it in life and that's why I will forever be a Stayer."
She then goes on to explain how the social worker "came to her rescue" and helped her make a name for herself, adding that most of the amazing things she was able to achieve were only possible because of the selfless nurse.
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