- A South African man living with a disability has shared a heartfelt and inspirational post
- In his post, the young man explains that he is confident and willing to do whatever it takes to create the life he deserves
- Many commended him for his tenacity and unfaltering determination in the filled-up comments section
Living with a disability is not easy but one young South African man living while wheelchair-bound refuses to let the difficulty of being unable to walk, stop him from manifesting and working towards the life he knows he deserves.
Taking to Facebook's popular ImStaying group, Merica B. Whiteson shared a picture of himself smiling broadly for a beautiful picture. While the pic was pretty great - it was mostly the caption that encouraged many to keep pushing towards their dreams and goals.
"I am confident in my ability to create the life that I desire. That's why #Imstaying," he wrote.
Stayers seemed to love the positivity, reacting to the post nearly 7 000 times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below:
René Du Plooy said:
"A healthy attitude you have there. If you put your mind to it, you can achieve anything! Go for it!"
Janine Miller Katz said:
"Love your attitude, and you have the best smile ever."
Sarah Unsworth said:
"Brilliant. How you perceive and view life is how your experience of your life will be. Well done you."
Maropeng Mpete said:
"Positive attitude love that ❤️ keep it up and God bless you abundantly."
In similar inspiring Briefly.co.za news, Kgothatso Masete shared an adorable post of her elderly parents to Facebook's #ImStaying group. According to Kgothatso, her parents are both in their 70s and have been married for 52 years.
Recently, she woke up to a beautiful sight. Her parents were seated side-by-side as her mother helped her father change the tyre on his car. Kgothatso revealed that her father is a bit frail at his age.
She then went on to share a small tribute to her mother, who gave birth to 11 children. Kgothatso says that her mother is the pillar of their family and a blessing in their lives. Stayers loved the sweet post.
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