And so it shall happen that some people will bash you because your mother chose to keep you. Yes mummy will try her best to shield you from the vices of the world but there are those who will choose to make you the butt of their jokes or statements. Know this you’re special and you’re loved. Let that fuel you and propel you to greater heights.
Everyday we face the vices from the world. Family, friends, social media, etc and we soldier on. We fend for our babies. We protect them. We want the best for them. Kuva mvana isn’t a crime. A lot of us face some sort of struggle on a daily because of what we are. If you weren’t owning it my dear own it. Uchatukwa, ugosekwa, ugovhumburudzwa… but hazviurayi. Life indeed does go on.
Your steps each day are crucial though. Do not set yourself up to be in the same situation again. You might have a knock to your self-worth or self-confidence but you’re still you, you’re still beautiful… you can still chase your ambitions.
Buckle up my sister. You’re in a group of people accused left, right and centre for a lot of things. You will be heckled and well baby daddy doesn’t get a lot of the attacks that come your way. Bear the brunt zvotoda kushinga. These men that you say no to will attack you because you said no. The same men that you say yes to will call you a prostitute coz you said yes.
From the day you chose to keep that life my dear you made yourself a target. Your fellow sisters will scoff at you but come out of the blocks stronger. Uchanzi mvana and yes uri mvana that’s our mother language for it but rest assured it’s mostly no longer used as a descriptive word but chatova chituko.
To be continued…