The world is in mourning following the tragic demise of the Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman. The actor’s publicist Nicki Fioravante confirmed that the actor died at 43 after battling with colon cancer for four years.
Chadwick Boseman is from Anderson County, South Carolina, United States. His family released a press statement expressing the immeasurable grief they have with the death of their loved one.
They confirmed that Chadwick Boseman was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer in 2016 and has battled with it in the last 4 years while creating some amazing films such as Avengers and Black Panther.
Here are 5 powerful lessons that we learn from the star Chadwick Boseman
Find Your Life Purpose
In 2018, Chadwick Boseman gave a speech to Howard University graduates,” When you are at the hilltop of their life and you are not sure whether to pursue a career or get a job, it is better if you find the purpose of your life.”
He reminded the Howard University graduates of the struggles that they will experience when in pursuit of their life purpose. This will be an essential element in shaping them.
Be a Fighter
Chadwick Boseman was not only great at fighting in action films, but he was also a fighter in real life.
He created the following films when he was battling stage IV colon cancer.
Marshall (20 September 2017)
Black Panther (29 January 2018)
Avengers: Infinity War (23 April 2018)
Avengers: Endgame (22 April 2019)
21 Bridges (21 November 2019)
Da 5 Bloods (12 June 2020).
In the death statement, his family mentioned that most of the shows were filmed between countless chemotherapy and surgery.
Bring Life to the Show
We all know that Black Panther wouldn’t have its success without Chadwick Boseman. The actor brought King T’Challa to life. The king of the Wakanda!
Throughout the Black Panther film, everything about his personality, his talent captivated the millions of people watching the show.
The Black Panther wasn’t another popcorn movie, it was a thought-provoking movie that transformed the history of black people by creating black heroes.
Commit to Change
Acknowledge Real Heroes
Playing the role of superheroes in movies is amazing. Chadwick Boseman understood that it is more important to acknowledge the authentic heroes in actual life. Black panther honored James Shaw Junior for saving lives and then presented him with his gold star award.
There you have it, we hope that you find your purpose in life and fight to make your dreams a reality just like Boseman, learn to acknowledge the real-life heroes in your life. This could be your mom, or spouse, or anybody who inspires you.
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