When passion meets purpose

Have you ever looked at your life and wondered am I where I want to be in life?

Do I love what I do and am I passionate about it?

And most importantly am I happy with where life is taking me?

About a year ago, I realised that what I thought I wanted in my life was no longer as important as what I want in my life today.

Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I would be here today, creating a platform for myself to share my deepest thoughts, my innermost feelings, my life’s journey or my testimony for the whole world to see.

To be honest, I never thought that I had it in me to make myself so vulnerable, just so that I can try to make a difference in someone else’s life.

When I was younger I always envisioned myself with a suit and a briefcase. I never really knew what I wanted to become but I knew that one day that is where I wanted to be.

Today my hopes, dreams and goals have shifted far beyond my control. My life’s purpose has changed and has become far greater than just a job.

I am no longer ashamed of what people think of me. I am not perfect and my life is far from it. In many ways I am just like you.

The only difference is that I have found my purpose in life and you still have to find yours.

For many years I felt that burning urge deep within my soul to uplift women.  In more ways than one I felt that I could relate to women who have endured pain and suffering in  their lives and that’s why I decided to share my experiences with others.

It is of great importance to me that I live a life of substance where I am able to make a difference in people’s lives.

My passion runs deeper than my pockets. It is who I am.

I pray that one day you will find what truly makes you happy and that you will not be afraid to chase after it.  I hope that you will learn to embrace the change that comes with it and most importantly that you will run with it as far as you can without the fear of ever losing it.

Remember that while making a lot of money is great, living a life of fulfillment and making a difference in others lives is even greater.

Stay true to yourself.


Outfit Details:

Shoes:  The Fix

Pants:  Legit (vintage)

Bodysuit:  The Fix

Camisole:  The Fix

Necklace:  Guess (gift)

Choker:  Mr price

Fluffy Coat:  The Fix

Glasses:  The Haute Accessory

Photography done by Radcliffe Roelse and Courtney Roelse of Roelse Events

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