publish date 2022-03-19 11:38:32
The young woman, Sajida Al-Kharabsheh, was the victim of a reckless driver, who turned her life upside down and caused her physical suffering throughout her life.
Sajida did not allow what she went through to stop her life’s journey, so she resorted to “henna”; To blur in its different colors the meanings of sadness
It has become the most prominent address in the Jordanian city of Salt, for those wishing to engrave the most beautiful and beautiful drawings with henna
It is not possible for a believing person to oppose fate and destiny or try to change and object to it, as it is the command of God, but what leaves a lump in the heart, is that the reason for its occurrence is disregard for people’s souls, without the slightest consideration of the pain it will leave in the souls of those affected.
The young woman, Sajida al-Kharabsheh, 26, did not know that she would be a victim of a reckless driver, who turned her life upside down and created physical suffering for her that she would live with for the rest of her life.
Sajida did not allow what she went through to stop her life’s journey, so she resorted to “henna”; To blur in its different colors the meanings of sadness, emphasizing that a person is capable of giving, no matter how hard he is.
In the city of Salt, west of the capital Amman, Anatolia met the Jordanian young woman, who recounted a bitter experience she lived with, and who resisted her impact through the profession of “henna engraving”.
The Jordanian twenties received their education at the “Al-Rumaymeen” school, which is affiliated to Al-Balqa Governorate (central), and was able to obtain an average that enabled her to enter the electrical power engineering specialty, amid the pride and pride of her family in the results achieved by her daughter.
She died and then came back to life
Like her peers, Sajida was preparing to finish her first university semester in October 2013, returning from her university with one of her friends and her cousin, and they were overwhelmed with joy, before a reckless bus driver pounced on them, putting an end to their dreams.
Sajida said: “The driver, without any sense of responsibility, did not have a driver’s license, and he was unable to control the deterioration of the bus near the university, so it hit us, one ran away and the other threw it to the other side, and I stayed under the front tire.”
She added: “Hot radiator water flowed down my face and various parts of my body, which led to me getting fourth-degree burns, which resulted in various deformities.”
“Within two weeks of the incident, I was taken to three hospitals to receive treatment, and I was in a coma, and the tragedy was that the driver did not stay in prison for a single day, so he went out with a cup of coffee,” referring to the clan’s intervention to solve the case.
In a tone that suggested her thanks to God for what she was, despite what she had gone through, Sajida added: “She died for three minutes, and the doctors told my family about that, then he came back by announcing the return of the pulse and its rise, and I stayed in the intensive care unit for four months, to receive treatment for burns.”
And she added: “My health worsened, and I lost 40 kilograms. As a result of stomach reflux and food instability due to injury.”
She continued, “The torment began with my face grafts. Because the skin was cut from other parts of my body and fixed with very painful metal pieces on my face.”
She added: “Four years passed while I was between hospitals, and my father did not have time to go to the courts; To find out what the case has reached, especially with the failure of the people who caused the accident to treat me, as they promised, but we found after that time that he caused another accident in which two people died.”
She continued, “Unprecedented recklessness, and indifference, from the security of punishment misdeeds. A cup of coffee and the cloak of elders destroyed my life and my future (…) There is no right to give anyone to drink a cup of coffee on the soul of the sons of Adam, or to be a cause of permanent disability for him. “.
Back and face with determination to succeed
Sajida said: “I came back to my life, but was shocked by what happened, and I returned to complete my university studies, and I graduated in 2020.”
She explained, “While I was staying on the healing bed, an idea occurred to me to use henna to draw on my hands, and I found that I had talent, and that my drawing was professional, although I had not received any prior education in this field.”
She added, “I decided to engage in this profession, and I found a great demand, after I resorted to a famous café in the city of Salt, frequented by large numbers of public figures and tourists, and they were very impressed with what I do.”
And she continued, “I do not deny that at first I felt that they were referring to me to raise my spirits and sympathy, but after a period of time, I made sure that my skills liked them, especially since many of them did not know my story before.”
Sajida Al-Kharabsheh became the most prominent address in the city of Salt, for those wishing to engrave the most beautiful and beautiful drawings with henna, and a success story for a young woman who wanted to make for herself the path of excellence and giving, despite the story of pain she experiences every day.
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Source : اخبار الاردن