A Nabulsi woman leads a different life from the normal women. This post reveals the status of Nabulsi women how they survive. 9 times out of 10 she is married with at least three children. She have to clean house, to please the husband, and raise children, a job to help and make end meet.
She have no time for the luxury of rest and chatting with friends in afternoon. she doesn’t planning for the launch break or dinner at the nearest hotel.
She is much busy in her life.
Here I want to share a woman’s life whom I know.
A 36 years old women with the 4 children at the age of 10. Her husband is not working so she work full time to survive.
She works for very low pay. She comes home at 6,0 clock and cook meal for her family, as well as for husband’s parents.
She then cleans up dinner which, as any mother knows, is going to be messy if it involves toddlers and babies.
Then the kids have to be cleaned up, helped with their homework and put to bed before she can finally light up her sheesha and put up her feet.
Her duty to puff away in peace and deal her bored husband everyday, whom has decided that she must wear the hijab in the presence of his brothers.
But she is one of the most cheerful person I know.
This is not end for one Naboule women, most of the mother I have met are the same story.
The mothers we meet in the camps have dealt with the horrors of occupation; the imprisonment of their husbands, sons and brothers, deaths of loved ones and crippling poverty. They have done so with iron in their souls. Still, warmth flows through their touch and compassion colors their eyes, even when dealing with strangers.
Yes that why I can say that Nabulsi women are the strongest women.