A proudly South Africa banner gracefully nestled itself on the iconic Table Mountain in Cape Town as a gentle reminder that we are one nation.
According to Goodthingsguy, a group of seven South Africans, who chose to remain anonymous, poured out their love through this heartwarming gesture, and expressed themselves though these encouraging words:
Just because we aren’t being overrun and looted doesn’t mean we don’t feel it.
We are one, we are South Africans. We share each other’s losses and celebrate each other’s wins. Mandela United all of us. We must up-date our narrative of helpless humans: We are powerful together.
Being brave is not about not being scared, it’s about being scared and showing up as you are.”
Even though we are plagued and burdened by the destruction in our land, may we never forget that the light shines bright through the hearts of our fellow South Africans – especially those working towards building (and re-building) our communities from strength to strength.
Meanwhile, South Africans have come together to support those affected in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng. FlySafair is offering inbound passengers a free 20kg baggage allowance for food and medical supplies as TimesLive reports while bread and milk have been distributed to communities in need.
What can be seen here is that South Africans are enthusiastic to lend a helping hand when it’s needed, whether it’s in the form of supplies, encouraging words, poems or a beautiful banner.
Picture/s: We Love You South Africa