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Empowered Youth Magazine - - CONTENTS - HAPPY RIKHOTSO.

In the past few weeks, I had so much on my mind that thrusted me to the past events and oc­cur­rences in my life. At my age to­day, I be­lieve that we can­not change the fact that we were hurt be­fore, but we can choose not to suf­fer now. There are many life-based pasts that are per­ti­nent to liv­ing with so many ques­tions from hurt. Liv­ing with what hap­pened in the past can re­sult to Stress, which is of­ten about the prob­lems we face in our daily ba­sis. In some peo­ple’s lives, it is based on what hap­pened in the past and they feel stuck to move on with the cur­rent life. Some­one who was in an abu­sive re­la­tion­ship, some­one who was bul­lied, some­one who is dis­abled due to an ac­ci­dent, which when they look at them­selves ev­ery now and then, the dis­abil­ity re­minds them of what hap­pened. How do we con­vince our­selves that all that hap­pened in the past can be con­sid­ered life lessons? With all dif­fer­ent def­i­ni­tions of what life is, I per­son­ally have my own def­i­ni­tion which is, Life is all that we do and en­counter ev­ery day. As young adults, we go through cir­cum­stances that im­pact us de­struc­tively. My ques­tion is; HOW DO WE MAKE PEACE FROM BRO­KEN PIECES? Get your­self a copy of the Septem­ber is­sue as I will be giv­ing an­swers to the ques­tion. Enjoy this is­sue

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