#7 - Kindness | Kuitira vamwe zvakanaka

For many, kindness is a chore. Zvinotorema kuitira mumwe munhu something chakanaka because it just feels like a burden. That's just some type of conditioning more than anything. If you knew that kuitita vamwe zvakanaka is actually more beneficial to you and your happiness would you change your approach? Well... pafunge because haubvi anything pakubatsira someone even if you do not know them personally. We have many walls to break down pasi pano... Tanga nhasi!

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#6 - Steady kutaura taura: iva munhu anehana

Dzimwe nguva we randomly give details of the happenings in our lives innocently. Pane chakaipa here mukuudza vamwe zviri kuitika muhupenyu hwako? On the surface of it... No. Katori ka1 but sometimes it is not the wisest move. This is not to say munhu wese who shares their private lives with vamwe is doing it for the wrong reasons BUT it can become a regrettable situation especially if you do not calculate your moves well in consideration of where you are and who you are saying it to (eg kubasa and having a chat with work collegues). We look into that a bit more on this week's show...

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#5 - The challenges of raising vana muDiaspora

It is hard enough raising kids. Now... contextualize that and imagine how much harder it is to raise those kids in a country other than your own where each day feels like you are forever trying to learn the ropes, fit in and there are so many challenges? As Zimbabweans vakawanda vedu zvinhu zvakatiomera and that does not stop us from wanting to give our kids the very best. We do try. How important is it kuisa culture yedu at the forefront of our methods in raising vana? Chinotikonesa chii? Where can we improve? We also have some special guests to help us with their views on the challenges we face as Zimbos in raising vana muDiaspora.

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#4 - Juggling chikoro nekuenda kuGraft

The illusion that money presents while pursuing studies brings an interesting conundrum to the table. Kuenda kuchikoro often seems a waste concerning time and especially when looking at the cost (eg in the case of tertiary education such as university which can be very expensive). The immediate benefit is never quite apparent just as much as the eventual one. Izvi zvinokonzera drop outs, pursuing other 'fun' careers, not focusing on studies or getting involved in get-rich-quick schemes. If you are faced with the choice, before making your decision, consider that school and work CAN be balanced albeit with some self-sacrifice. Hard to do, yes! Doable, yes! Saka chimboteererai tirumane nzeve. Zano marairanwa!

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