Martha started the most difficult course – a business course

Martha started attending to the most difficult of courses – a business course.
Most difficult for Martha.
The course will last 3 weeks, and it will end with an exam.
This course will provide classes on how to run a business and how to settle taxes.

Currently Martha holds 18 certificates and she still gets new ones.

Two of the courses Martha attends for pleasure. Those are “leather” and “art”.
The rest is work, work, work…
Martha is ambitious.
She tries to do her best with everything she undertakes.
Business course, besides English language course, is among the most difficult for Martha.
The family tells Martha, that she doesn’t have to pass the exam, but Martha wants to.
If she will think it’s too hard for her, she will give up this course.

It’s a good thing, that Martha tries to spend her time properly, under the conditions she is now.

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Martha receives two new certificates and 3 books to study for her high school exam

On Tuesday, June 26, Martha received next two certificates.
The ceremonial handing of the certificates to the women of Dochas Centre prison in Dublin, was held at the special ceremony at the gym.
Martha received thwo certificates: for the “leather” and for “art”.
She received one of them in front of everyone.
The second will be delivered via mail.
Martha holds total of 18 certificates.
Every woman was walking to get her certificates, and received applause from fellow inmates, and made a short speach.
Martha had spoken about the image she painted for exhibition against racism.
She described her painting (which was based on the “eye” with flags of different countries inside, in the eye) and her attitude.
She was talking about prison officers and women serving sentences.
Everyone needs to avoid all signs of inappropriate behavior.
Martha is certain that women serving sentences in Dochas Centre prison will get out of it with right approach to other people.
Martha herself will come back to Poland some time, and she will be avoiding any sign of discrimination.
She will also remember proper attitude of Irish women.
Martha’s speech was liked a lot, and it was rewarded with applause.
Later, at coffee and a cake, other fellow inmates congratulated Martha her speech.

On the same day, Martha received 3 books for the period of vacation.
It’s the first part of books, with which Martha has to get acquainted during her preparing for high school exams.
About one of the books Martha said, that it is very thick.

We congratulate receiving next certificates and proper attitude towards other people…
Is prison a good place for people like Martha?
Should such person be isolated from other people?

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