- A young farmer has shared an inspirational post on Twitter about his successful farm
- In the Twitter post, he stands proudly on his farm with many healthy cows behind him
- Proud South Africans reacted to the post thousands of times, many of them congratulating him on his success
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A proud young man recently became one of the many young black and successful people who keep other hopeful South Africans inspired and motivated to reach for their dreams despite many life challenges.
Taking to Twitter, @JamaKaSlwaneh shared a few pictures of himself on his successful farm surrounded by his healthy cows and green fields and even a really special one of himself and his dog.
"Living The Dream. #YoungAndHappy #YoungAndFarming," he captioned the highly motivational Twitter post.
South Africans were left inspired to pursue their dreams after seeing the post. Many of them headed to the comment section to either congratulate the young farmer or to ask him for some advice on how they could achieve similar success.
Read a few of their comments below.
"This is the lifestyle we South Africans should dream of and get our land, thanks for inspiration and hope."
"Good brother, let's fulfil our dreams while we can."
"It's the healthy-looking cattle for me. Yesses."
"You are in inspiration sir, all the way from Tanzania."
"In this lifetime, this shall be my dream."
"May your herd continue to grow in size and strength, brother."
In a similar motivational report, six years of joblessness is enough to drive one into a kind of depression that will either drown you or force you to make a decision to bring yourself back up but Tshepo found a way.
Tshepo Mazibuko, a 40-year-old man, found himself in this predicament. Instead of allowing his desperate situation to worsen, he decided to do what most people would never even consider - become a waste picker.
Little did he know that the decision would change his life forever. Only 29 years old and desperate for any kind of work, Tshepo got the idea to become a waste picker from a Brazilian man whom he had met while doing volunteer work.
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