Vimbai Mutinhiri – Ekpenyong, born Zimbabwean actress, ex big brother Africa contestant, model and television personality married to her Nigerian lover, Andrew Ekpenyong from Calabar, Cross River State took to her Ig page to share how you can actually grow in a Silent Season, summarizing that admit everything happening this year, you should “make use of your quiet moment productively”.
According to Vim the times in life they call the silent times are the times when messages are the loudest. she said you shouldn’t be stuck to a place thinking everything has come to end, that we should be listening, embracing, learning and strategizing.
she continued that the dry season, when it snaps out of place it catapults you, stuff you couldn’t have done in a year, you’ll of a sudden do in less than a year just because you used you quiet still moment productively.
Her post on Ig reads: Growing in a Silent Season, 2020 has been one hell of a year, and almost every other conversation happening around us has been about how there is a general sense of stagnation while the world is on pause. It took me back to when I used to pour out my heart on #VeeLosophy
“You know the times in life they call the silent times are the time when when messages are the loudest, so what are you doing with yourself while you’re stuck in that place. You call yourself stagnant and you think you are not going forward, you think that everything has come to a stand still around you but that is literally when the loudest message is happening around you. Are you listening, are you embracing, are you learning, are you strategizing, because it doesn’t last forever and trust me the moment that, silent moment snaps out of place, you don’t want to start moving back, you want to start moving forward and guess what,when that silent moment, that quiet still season of your life, some call it the dry season, when it snaps out of place It catapults you, stuff you couldn’t have done in a year, you’ll of a sudden do in less than a year just because you used your quiet still moment productively”.