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To Whom Much Is Given, Much Is Expected!

Hey! It is a new week and despite the slow week I had last week, I am back! I apologise for the lack of posts. The flash drive that I had saved my posts on was stolen so I had to start completely afresh. Forgiven? Let’s get into it! It’s Monday and as usual. I get you on the road with a thought.

I had a conversation with my mother yesterday and I was reminded once again of all the sacrifices that she has had to make for me to be where I am. I consider myself very fortunate to be doing what I am doing and to have the support that I have had. Not many can say this.

Though I come from a broken home, I didn’t have a broken childhood. I never felt like something was missing or that I was any less provided for than any of the other kids that I grew up with and went to school with. My mother made sure that I had everything that I needed and all the love that I would ever need.

Having given so much to make sure that I become the best me, I have no other way to thank my mother for all that she has done for me. The best way that comes close, is by giving my all in everything I do and being successful in what is good.

When someone has given much to you, they expect the best from you. What you do is your gift back to them for what they did for you. So this week consider everyone who has ever done something for you or who has had to sacrifice something for you and ask yourself if you’re currently giving them the gift they expect from you.

Be a better and improved YOU this week!

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Richmond Sajini is a musician and media entrepreneur in the public relations, television, radio and retail spaces in South Africa. He studied Public Relations and Communication at the University of Johannesburg and has worked on brands such as Coca Cola, Tsogo Sun, Heineken as well as the South African National Roads Agency. He has been told to shut up many times by people who don’t understand that he is in love with the sound of his own voice. For this reason he decided to start his own blog where he would share his thoughts and experiences without inhibition. Visit his blog, www.randomramblings.co.za and follow him on Twitter @richmondsajini.

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