The Charambas giving life lessons derived from the ongoing FIFA Soccer World Cup tournament
On Sunday the curtain comes down in Russia as France and Croatia face off in final of the FIFA World Cup and Charles and his wife Olivia Charamba draws spiritual lessons from the tournament’s best and worst times for competing teams.
The Charambas wrote on their Facebook page that losing in the first match doesn't always mean you're out. You probably had a slight problem that made you slip off. Mathematically you can still stand and qualify to the next round if you address your previous weakness.
They added losing to the next team may suggest that your problem/weakness is bigger than you may have imagined. “Another loss after the 2nd may suggest that you have a deep-seated weakness, you haven't invested much in your potential and at this stage, it’s fair to accept it when people say ‘hauzvigoni’.
“The good thing about sports like soccer, athletics, and boxing is that the results are so transparent such that the ordinary person can judge. It’s of no help to run around without mending your ways if you are to win in the future. Losing 3 or 4 matches in a row can't be munyama, kuvengwa or biased referring etc, you lack some aspects that include tactic, physic, alertness, agility, control, discipline etc. We are not in Russia, am talking to you dear reader, Hebrews 10:35 (Therefore do not throw away your confidence, which has a great reward).” They wrote.