I read a book that said that successful people have a great social network.
I got to know many of my schoolmates and I made twenty friends in different classes. Each girl had different abilities and talents and we shared books and helped each other with lessons.
Her parents owed the old man a lot of money and could not pay him back, so instead they had to give the man their two daughters.
At first she was the only bride in the village who went to school but once the other brides found out, they wanted to go to school with her.
Her face was dark and wrinkled, her lips were dry, and she looked about 46 years old. She was carrying a child on her back.
My mother told me stories
When I was four
Told me that the prince took the princess’s hands
And led her to the castle
People were inviting each other to pray together. When the team scored and we won the game, people were inviting each other to celebrate.
After two years, our neighbor was able to exchange one of their younger daughters, named Sunam, to another family who gave them a young girl who would marry their son with a mental disorder.
History is changed by the small actions of ordinary people. —Zahra A.
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