Life could change in minutes. Therefore, relish every minute however it was.
Waking 6 am, go to school or work, having fun,love and peace in every minute, back at home to eat dinner with family conference to tell about family member’s day and sleep in warm peaceful room with being confident that tomorrow will be better. It was the regular life of Syrian people until…
I lived in small family 2 brothers and me, which’s a small in comparison to others, my mother was an Arabic teacher and my father was a math teacher.I lived near by my mothers’ family. As a 8 years old child I felt love and peace everywhere around me. I spent my whole entire time with my grandma, she was the closest person to me and I was her favorite granddaughter. I had so many friends everywhere in school and neighborhood. Taking care of my dolls and being the best in school was huge concern for me, which’s the most interesting thing to an eight years old child.
I’m growing up, but I feel there’s a little kid inside me couldn’t grow and that was the best thing that all people love it. I planned for bright future, helpful future, hopeful future. I wanted to be the best pediatrician in Syria, but all of these dream and plans disappeared when I heard this unforgettable sentence in news” Children were arrested by the government in the Syrian city of Daraa, because they wrote (Freedom) on the wall of their school and their fingers were amputated for doing illegal action”
I can’t forget the picture of children their fingers were bleeding and bruises on their faces. I can’t forget their sound while they cry and say “what a great sin we’ve committed”. It was terrible unforgettable day to every Syrian. It was turning point of their life… follow later.