One Quote that gave us a glimpse into the mantra that changed a country.
With all the euphoria of winning the World Cup and hype around our Rainbow Nation being recognized as the best Rugby Team in the world, it becomes easy to get swept away with the feeling of “We have arrived”. And if we really think about it, it should be regarded as the ultimate goal. To win the World Cup, be ranked number 1 in the world, and to have that level of supremacy further recognized by boasting the Best Team Award, Best Coach and, Best Player all swooped up and neatly tucked under our belt. Interesting then to read an article in which Springbok Coach, Rassie Erasmus, is quoted as saying:
While growing up, we use to play a game called “KING”. if you have never played KING or have no idea what it is, it’s basically a game played in the street with a ball (Soccer Ball, Tennis ball, Basket Ball, Flat torn ball, etc) and involves 2 or 4 players each in a court/square. Basically the aim of the game is to make your way through the ranks starting at Loafer to Worker to President and then KING.
Winter has come! And with it, the chills of having to strip down into your birthday suit when going about getting rid of your foul bodily odours. I am of course referring to the chilly task of having to wash or shower ladies and gentlemen. Me being one that prefers a good shower over the act of sitting in ones own dirty water. Read more