Profiles are one of the simple but complicated things to write aren’t they? Regardless of which angle, narrative or perspective they are being written from. We are giving the interested party what we want them to know about us. We are providing everyone with an overview façade of who we are and what we are about factually or otherwise?
Personally, I’m really not a fan of profiles. I prefer an individual or a group get to know someone and decide for themselves what type of person they are dealing with or if this is the type of person they would like to call a friend, make dealings with, establish acquaintances with or any of that.
As much as I don’t conform to social conventions, perhaps we can provide a little description for the curious minds, therefore; Neil Malilwe is a proud Zambian who is passionate about technology, Football, Motorsport, (Especially rallying and Formula 1, in that order), cultures and raw knowledge among other things.
Neil has a keen interest in youth affairs that promote participation, cultural unionization, idea exchange and social globalization. He also believes and supports that every individual should be given the right tools and fair chance to make something out of themselves and contribute positively to their personal growth and society regardless of their background, upbringing, social status, sexual orientation, economic challenges and all attributes often negatively profiled on them by others.
Life is a series of experiences, each one of which makes us bigger, even though sometimes it is hard to realize this. For the world was built to develop character, and we must learn that the setbacks and grieves which we endure help us in our marching onward ~Henry Ford
Neil strongly feels that people should not only be judged or awarded by merit alone but also by the content of their character and substance.
Does that make any sense? You decide on your own.