Presented by Ndidi Nwuneli

“Faith is a risk. A risk I cannot afford Not to take.”


In this Ted Talks presentation 🗣 Ndidi gives us a powerful outlook on the role of faith and belief in modern Africa. 🌍

The moral of this speech from my perspective, is that we must simply love one another. To not judge each other for the entitlement to our own “free will” choice we are all given upon entering this life on earth.

Yes, it sounds so much more easier said than done. We get it… But just as racism is a taught form of treatment, I believe so can the understanding of how to treat one another out of love and respect. ✊♥️

Social Impact

As we observe how life is supposedly getting worse, in all actuality it’s getting so much better. Because as people of faith we are realizing more and more, with so much there is the “lack of”, it shows us how much help the world needs from the world. Socially, the only way we will make an impact in the right direction, has to root from what makes up the social; Us as Humans.

That’s where Faith comes in… 🙏

“The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do. You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure, the process is its own reward.”

– Amelia Earhart

Click on the top photo for the video on the role of faith and belief, not just in modern Africa but for the world in totality❗️

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