KVV | A Note from our Director

December 17, 2021 Kapp Van Wyk Van Zyl Inc

And so, we enter the festive season and I am almost caught by surprise. The year has been a hard year for many of us. Covid left its mark wherever we look. Some were sick, some lost a dear one and then some more.

It reminds me how we should value our relationships with those around us, especially our loved ones.  They are the ones that carry you through your hardships, and they are the ones we miss the most when they suddenly are taken away.

I have learned that I spend so much time on me, myself, and that I make many excuses, and sometimes rationalize, when I neglect to put time and effort into building and strengthening meaningful relationships with my wife, kids and those dear to me.

I have also learned the hard way that yesterday is lost if not used, today is all I have, and tomorrow is but a promise and not a guarantee.

This festive season take time to reflect on how we can spend more time building and strengthening our relationships with those dear to us.  Through living life deeply with our loved ones, we build meaningful family values and memories. But most of all we give and commit ourselves to our loved ones and they become our focus and priority. We are here for them and to help them become better persons, sons, daughters.

Make it all about them and not Me, Myself and I.

Kind Regards

Roy Kapp  |  Director

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