Enhle Mbali-Image Source(Instagram)Enhle Mbali-Image Source(Instagram)

Enhle Mbali On a Vacation In Zimbabwe To Find Inner-Peace

South African actress Enhle Mbali has found inner peace in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. She faced a scandal involving adultery and a public feud with her ex-husband Black Coffee in the past year, which left her emotionally drained.

Enhle Mbali shared updates on her journey to find inner peace with her followers. Recently, she encouraged her followers to embrace their pain and use it to grow.

Enhle Mbali-Image Source(Instagram)
Enhle Mbali-Image Source(Instagram)

She stressed the importance of understanding the source of pain, taking ownership of one’s life, and establishing a new sense of self.

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Enhle Mbali suggested finding a corner of peace, understanding the pain, and actively working towards healing. She acknowledged that pain is an inevitable part of life, and it is up to one to decide how to respond to it.

Enhle Mbali finds peace while on a Vacation in Zimbabwe

In her Instagram post, Enhle said:

“Day 3 of the soul binge.(I struggled to find it appropriate picture for this) LIVE IN YOUR PAIN A LITTLE!! Pain is a completely normal part of life. We all have in varying amounts some kind of pain. It’s what you do with the pain that separates us. You could let it turn you into a terrible bitter, petty person or you could learn from it and be a better. For this to happen, you need to sit with self , understand the pain, understand where it comes from, understand who caused it (without blame ) and actively start to heal. In the healing you stop yourself from repeating the same mistakes. Today I suggest you find yourself a corner of peace, dig deep. Cry. Scream. Be angry. Be a victim. Then let it go. Today you’re taking ownership of your life. Today you are establishing a new self. Your traumas will never go away, but how you handle them makes you a different person. I’m sorry you went through it. But I’m happy you’re doing something about it. Sit in the storm. Then actively pull yourself out of it. I love you,” Enhle Mbali wrote on Thursday.

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By Letho