MOT Youth Blogger of the Month – Aydon Zinzan Jantjies
My name is Aydon Zinzan Jantjies and I am a confident fun-loving young adult that loves all things positive.
In the year 2018, I had the opportunity to attend the Young MOTivators Education. I was amongst 10 of my classmates that were youth leaders in my class.
At the camp, our walls were broken down. This was life-giving to me, seeing as I grew up without a father figure. As well as having almost no knowledge of how a man or father show be.
I learned to have the courage to show respect, love, and care for others, despite their background, and to include those left out. I learned to believe in myself and to take responsibility for my own life and my future.
I am grateful today for all the lessons and tools I have learned through the many group discussions and activities. These have helped me become a better role model to my peers.
Today I have a brighter future. Today I respect all no matter their background.
I am a better Man and feel fully confident that I will be a great father.
Thank you, MOT for changing my life for the better.
Check out our MOT Youth Blogger of the Month of January – Caleb Mutombo here. Caleb encourages us to use the MOT Flashlight to focus on the positives, learn from our mistakes and focus on how we can improve on our mistakes.
Read up on the Courage to Care projects (community service) that our MOT Youth, Young MOTivators, and MOT Coaches got up to for 2020 here
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