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Angelbert Wamambo
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This is me.
This is me.

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Been musing on this for a while now, decided to pen down my thoughts.
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Angelbert Wamambo commented on a post on Blogger.
Great read. Thembi is such an inspiration to both sexes and i can confirm the strides that Girl Grandeur is setting especially in the city. In the next 10 years it will be responsible for far more smiles than it already has started shaping. Keep up the good work Thembi and thumbs up to phenominalafricawoman.blogspot.com for the article.
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So i'm back on my blog and my first post is titled Hanna's Prayer. Hope you can relate. Do share and comment. Enjoy!
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It pays to share. Bumped into this on Facebook. Interesting i must say. Check it out!
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Tipster
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Lessons from my mentor: Take notes.
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Interesting words by my brother Yemurai Nyoni. Do check it out. 
There is no Superman!
There is no Superman!
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Do you know the Autism Spectrum Disorder? Find out more from this mini introduction. Knowledge is power! Let's get involved.

http://ubuntubami.wordpress.com/2014/07/25/disability-does-not-mean-inability-the-case-of-autism-in-african-culture/
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Now its on a blog too!
Why Volunteering?
Why Volunteering?
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 A Quote, a verse, and a word.

These three are more or less the summary of my modus operandi as a volunteer, specifically in the social field. I like to look at myself as a social entrepreneur because in as much as I love helping out in making my community and environment a better place, I also need food on my table at the end of the day. I love dialoguing with different youth from different backgrounds in coming up with solutions to problems in my community and in the world. First I will start with the quote:

“If we dare to believe our vision is possible, and dare also to act on this believe, extraordinary things will happen.”

I cannot recall where I saw this quote but that day changed the way I viewed a lot of things. My vision was always to make an impact in my community, but the how part always ended in my head. I’ve always wanted to link up with other youth and come up with unique initiatives to serve our communities. This particular quote then hammered the nail right in. It challenged me to dare to act on my belief - that whatever was in my head is possible and can be done no matter what. I did exactly that. I played the truth or dare game with my vision, only in this case it was both a truth and a dare: my vision is possible! This is when I transformed from being a dreamer to a doer! I thought it would be hard; I thought wrong. Let me say this from experience: the moment you do what you love, and also love what you do, it seizes to be a job, it becomes your passion. Having said this, along came the verse to make life even sweeter for me in my new found passion:

James 1:27 Religion that our father accepts as pure and holy is this, to look after orphans and widows in their time of distress, and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.

This is my favourite verse in the Holy Bible. For me it sums up my vision. In my quest of being a social entrepreneur, I’ve always had a soft spot for orphans and widows. I always make an effort to visit orphanages and old people’s homes at least once a month, even with nothing but just to check up on how they are doing and how I can assist. The bible clearly states that this is the kind of religion acceptable to God. This is also the reason why on my Facebook account, under the section of religion, I put in this verse as opposed to putting Muslim, Christian, or Jew as others may put it. The last line in the verse says, and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world. This I try to do by constantly reading the Holy Scriptures and selectively accompanying myself with people that add value to my life and keep me focused.

Lastly comes the word. One word that got me this far and will get me even further. FAITH! I exercise my faith day in day out. I have faith I will complete my thoughts, accomplish my objectives, and realize my vision. Before I start any project or initiative, I make sure I do away with doubt and fear to avoid failure. A combination of these three sum up my thought process in anything I do as volunteer. I’m sure we all have such things that guide us, I’d love to learn how others pull through in their different fields.  #ndatenda.
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