"Enjoying the pleasant without holding on when it changes", Says Lunathi Mampofu.
By SallyNews | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 37 views
Lunathi Mampofu (born 7 March 1987) is a South African actress. She grew to be popular upon landing a starring role as Zikhona on Ingozi, an SABC1 drama series, her first starring role on TV. She portrays the perfect villain gangster Benni on The Queen, an Mzansi Magic series. She is an inspiration to all of us especially youth. She is very beautiful and embracing.
On her recent post she left fans speechless with her amazing post. This is what she said" Mindfulness is simply being aware of what is happening right now. Lunathi Mampofu inspire young people out there that if you want to achieve something big in life, go for it.
Lunathi's message has a deep meaning about what she said. Mindfulness is very simple aware of what is happening. But wishing if it was different. This message means something big. What do you think of Lunathi's message? Please comment, like, click and kindly share.
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