Papa Shirandula’s Kawira Exposes How She Became Successful


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She’s one of Kenyan’s most beloved, talented, funny and intelligent actress who can sustain bright conversations with her insightful contributions. And, we are also accustomed to the fact that she leads a wholesome life and has the fear of God.

Now, she has shared an advice so impressively motivational that many can’t stop talking about it.

Undoubtedly, Kawira’s advice was intended to encourage the brokenhearted and those living with so much misery they decided to give up on life. Surely, it wouldn’t fall short of healing many shattered souls.

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Surely, it wouldn’t fall short of healing many shattered souls. Those who have come to believe that they’re worthless and everyone is doing better than they are.

Papa Shirandula’s Kawira on Facebook begged Kenyans to always believe in their abilities and stay patient. The popular actor also urged Kenyans to never compare themselves to anyone or devalue their potentials.

The Citizen TV actor shared an interesting philosophy about life with a “rose and cabbage” analogy.

“If a rose smells better than cabbage,” she started, “it doesn’t mean the rose can make a better stew.

Don’t try to compare yourself too much to others. You also have your own strength, search on it and build on it. You may make better stew than they think. Smile always,” Kawira counselled.

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Thereafter, she used the biblical Noah’s ark story to point out that God’s grace would compensate for our limitations as long as we keep striving to get better in our endeavours.

 “All animals that exist were in Noah’s ark,” she said. “A snail is one of those animals. If god could wait long enough for snails to enter Noah’s ark; his door of grace won’t close till you reach your expected position in life.

“Never look down on yourself, keep looking up. Broken crayons still colours. Have a blessed moment ahead and color up,” Kawira inspired.