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Dr Tumi Opens Up About His Battle With Depression That Led To Suicidal Thoughts

Tumi speaks of he never knew God personally until he battled depression

Dr Tumi Opens Up About His Battle With Depression That Led To Suicidal Thoughts. Depression as they like to call it the silent killer has ruled and taken up the lives of many people who struggled to deal with it, the few that have managed to escape it’s possession are grateful to be alive and to speak openly about it such as Gospel sensation Dr Tumi.

“I think I looked at my life and I didn’t even understand what my purpose was? Why I was alive and what the fuss was really all about. It was overwhelming for me to think, ‘I just exist’. I was just going through the motions everyday and that got me really depressed over a good couple of months, I just didn’t find any meaning to life at all.”

He has just released a new single Wafika which is dedicated to the battle of this life-sucking demon Depression that have left people more hopeless, the single is to give hope to those people as explained by Dr Tumi who opened about his battle with it.

“When I started writing the song, the idea was to really inspire a conversation around what God has done in our lives. I thought of my story, that point in my life where I was at my lowest, thinking that life was a struggle. I had that turn-around moment when Christ walked into my life,” Dr Tumi told TshisaLIVE.

 

 

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