Empowered Youth Magazine - - CONTENTS - HAPPY RIKHOTSO.

Wel­come to the July is­sue. Our 7th is­sue, in the 7th month of the year. I am ex­tremely ex­cited that we are still do­ing just fine and fab­u­lous. It gives me courage when I al­ways see some­thing new im­prov­ing and the mag­a­zine mak­ing it big. I am grate­ful for the op­por­tu­nity to have amaz­ing peo­ple fea­tured in the mag­a­zine and I be­lieve that they have got in­spir­ing sto­ries for you.

Our web­site is now run­ning and al­ways ready to give you the best up­dates. In this month, I wish the best for all our read­ers as we will be all cel­e­brat­ing Easter week­end with our loved ones. Let us drive safely and al­ways re­mem­ber to buckle up at all times for the sake of our lives as well as our loved ones. It is bet­ter ar­riv­ing late than ar­rive dead. March was such a great month for the Em­pow­ered Youth mag­a­zine as we have man­aged to reach our goals set for the month. In this life, we have to be ready for dis­ap­point­ments as they come at any time. Hav­ing to run this mag­a­zine has taught me all the as­pects that one could need, es­pe­cially when deal­ing with fel­low be­ings.

My ad­vice to you for this month; Never al­low your­self to give up due to be­ing dis­ap­pointed, what you want is your pri­or­ity and should al­ways come first, fill in the gaps where those who were sup­posed to fill slide back. Your heart de­sires are yours and no one else will un­der­stand more than you do. En­joy this is­sue and I be­lieve that will all the col­umns fea­tured, your knowl­edge level will be taken from a lower level to the top. Thank you so much to the read­ers who sup­port and al­ways give feedback on each is­sue. You guys make it pos­si­ble for the pub­li­ca­tion to go big­ger. Have a lovely month.

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