Proudly Zambian: Land of Work

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“Stand and sing of Zambia, proud and free, Land of work and joy in unity,” The first descriptor in our national anthem says that Zambia is the Land of Work. Let it be born in our minds and hearts that Zambia will only be developed by Zambians and that this development can only happen through hard work. Let us pray. Let us plan. Then let us go to work. There is no substitute for work. You cannot till the land by just looking at it. You have to pick the hoe or the plough or the tractor. Unfortunately, there are so many of us out here who don’t want to work. Paul, the apostle, has a thing or two to say about that. “For even when we were with you, we commanded you this: If anyone will not work, neither shall he eat. For we hear that there are some who walk among you in a disorderly manner, not working at all, but are busybodies.”~2 Thesalonians 3:10-11 Now, when you talk about work at the national level it’s all too easy for people to get things mixed up. So let me say something that I have said before: I think that, at a certain point, we have to sit down and draw a line of separation between matters that are the responsibility of government and those that are our own. If my roof is leaking do I need the government to look into that too? Boma iyangane po? Let us get to work. Each one of us. Everyone of us. It’s the only way we are going to develop ourselves and develop our nation. God bless Zambia. God bless our motherland. #ProudlyZambian #ZambiaAt51 #WeKeepGoing Isaac C. Mwiya Author | Motivational Speaker | Trainer Follow me on Twitter @isaaccmwiya

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About Isaac C. Mwiya

Isaac C. Mwiya is an author, motivational speaker and trainer. He believes that each and every person was put on this earth for a purpose. His goal is to help both the old and the young to find their purpose in life and express it fully everyday. He wishes for every person to realize their true potential and become all that they were meant to. To bring Isaac to your next event call +260 978 638 389. You can also connect with him on and follow him on Twitter

Posted on October 20, 2015, in Motivational and Inspirational, Truly Zambian and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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