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Today is Your Day to Lead

Net Buddies,

This is a tough time for all of us. But we are not alone. From your Video Mentors and the Infinite Family Team that care about you to the icons that smoothed the path before all of us.

Do you know the history of how Mandela was an inspiration to his fellow inmates during his 27 years on Robbin Island? Tell us what you remember of this history.

Then tell us what you think of being stuck in a holding pattern during the lockdown feels like.  Do you feel like you are in a type of prison?

Even within these restrictions, what actions can you take that make a difference in someone else’s life?

2 Comments on “Today is Your Day to Lead

Kwanele Surprise Mali
April 8, 2020 at 11:38 am

Nelson Mandela spend 27 years in jail during his stay in prison he was also fighting for our freedom as the rest of the comrades outside. His tactics that he used was communication with the apartheid government and also negotiating with them to make peace.

This lockdown feels like I am in prison indeed but out of all it has a positive impact in our lives. It teaches us wherever you can go home will always be home and the most important thing in life is your family. They will always be there, not your job, not your money or friends, but your family.
If I had powers I would take all the kids that lives in the street find them a shelter and keep them safe.

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Thandeka Tshakala Tsogang
April 7, 2020 at 8:05 am

Not really in a prison, it’s just that I can’t go out as I’d want to . At least I am learning few things that I couldn’t or practice more often.

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