Living life in the Light

Last week, we discussed how to leave the life of corruption.

 If you missed that, you can find it on the Mmegi website by searching for Ashley Thaba. To sum up the article, first identify the problem, then admit you did something wrong, next confess that to at least God and maybe someone else and lastly stop doing it.

However, the “stopping” part is tricky because most of us tend to quickly revert back to bad habits, even when we know they are hurting us and those around us. Today we want to talk about how to come into the light and stay there. I am using the term light because no one participates in corruption in the open. These actions are done in secret, behind closed doors, or in the spiritual sense – in the darkness.

Editor's Comment
Bravo, Matlala JSS for recognising employees!

Last Friday, Matlala Junior Secondary School (JSS) in Tlokweng did just that – they organised an event to honour their teachers and support staff. This gesture is truly commendable, as teachers occupy a pivotal role in the lives of our children.To be completely candid, teachers are the ones who shape our children from a very tender age, investing a significant amount of time in their growth and development. It's not uncommon to hear parents...

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