THE YOUNG GENERATION
BY Yamikani Praise Bwanali
Oftentimes, the young generation loses out not necessarily because it had no skills; rather it is because of our inability to strike at the opportune time. Most of us are not aware that we do possess the potentials to do better. As a result, we tend to wince; not knowing which button to press once we are in need of it. So this week’s writing will assist us develop that attitude of activating our potentials whenever the right time strikes.
Top on the list is having composure. Patience is a solver of a myriad of problems; tried and tested. We need to observe how events are unfolding either in our lives or of those around us before taking any step. It helps a lot. It really does.
Directly related to patience is our ability to withstand the heat. Good things don’t come on a silver platter. One has to hassle hard for them to make it. We need to endure all the turbulent times we may be going through. Remember, no action is permanent.
If one has a purpose in life and they value that purpose, they may not easily get satisfied, let alone dumb-folded by others into derailing from achieving your goals. You shall always be determined to actualizing your dreams.
Equally important is emulating from the best. You cannot build an island single-handedly. It is important that as Young Generation, we need to have positive feedback. We need to seek views from people we respect so they can be constantly feeding us with life-serving too.
So, fellow young generation, let us ask ourselves what our potentials are and should work towards actualizing them. We all have that potential in us,