Sunday, 6 March 2011

Hope from the History
Nelson Mandela (Revolutionizer in  South Africa)

Nelson Mandela is indeed an icon of Hope to many. He endured personal sacrifice for the greater good of his fellow man. He stood strong in the face of adversity and firm in his resolve to see injustice challenged and conquered. Mandela championed the cause of fairness and justice, forgave magnanimously and lead with empathy , patience, Hope and tolerance.

A Nelson Mandela Speech has also said: "After climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb." Mandela continued to fight for the cause of freedom and justice for all on a daily basis, climbing one hill after another... and the price he paid - his freedom.

His tenacity and unwavering courage prevailed and Nelson was released from prison, becoming an international icon and symbol of hope to many.
“When I think about the past, the types of things they did, I feel angry, but then again that is my feeling. The brain always dominates, says, as I have pointed out, you have a limited time to stay on Earth. You must try and use feeling of Hope”

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