I remember growing up, at school, we couldn’t wait for recess to come so we could go outside and play. From jump rope, to baseball, dandy shandy and hopscotch, we did it all. Sometime we girls would sit and play jacks. It was so much fun.
These days children will sit and be on their phones, tablets, laptops, and other electronic devices for hours without venturing outdoors. Oh how times have changed.
Sleep Well Nelson Mandela. You have left an indelible mark in this world. You did not just exist, you were an inspiration. In the face of oppression and discrimination you stood resolute in your bid for equality. You had your freedom taken away because you dared to fight against apartheid. After twenty-seven years you emerged from those prison walls with your fighting spirit intact. You were beaten down but not broken. You didn’t just talk the talk you walked the walk. You had a game plan and you executed it well. We will remember you as one of the greatest and selfless man to ever walk the face of this earth. Your memory will forever live on. May your soul Rest In Peace.