As South Africa and the rest of the world mourns the death of President Nelson Mandela, we pay tribute to this peace warrior. Paul Lawrence Vann discusses the life and legacy of Mr. Mandela provides an open forum for listeners to call in and share what Mr. Mandela's life meant and means to them, South Africa and the world.
This episode focuses on how a man from a tribe in South Africa boldly fought for freedom and equality for himself and other oppressed people. Mr. Mandela exemplified what is possible when we live a principled life while embracing opposition in a way to win them over and achieve one's ultimate destiny...FREEDOM.
Mr. Mandela was a freedom fighter of the highest order, he and the African National Congress were not only considered terrorist for fighting for what they were birthed with by our creator, which is a free will, but he was also imprisoned for 27 years at Robben Island.
Through it all, Mr. Mandela commanded respect and received it, always knowing and having the confidence that one day he and others would be freed from the physical prison. His prison to presidency marks an epic turning point in the annals of world history and with his recent passing. Paul Lawrence Vann help listeners better understand how we can make a difference in the lives of others, just as Mr. Mandela did.
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