Martha resigns from the business course – she changes it for other

Martha had decided to resign from the business course.
We wrote earlier, that she can make such decision.

Business course is, besides learning English language, most difficult course that Martha took.
The family told Martha, that she doesn’t have to pass the exam on the course.
But Martha is ambitious. If she undertakes something, she fulfills it.
Martha recognized that it is too hard for her.
Furthermore, she assessed that she doesn’t know if the course would be useful for her anyway.
After regaining freedom Martha doesn’t have any plans involving Ireland.

The family approves Martha’s decision.
It’s good that Martha was able to make the assessment and decision.
Ina place, where Martha is, she has to take care for keeping her joy and avoid overexerting herself.
Martha takes all possible courses anyway.
Until now she received 18 certificates, and she’s getting next ones.
She works at the library, she studies for classes and exams, she’s painting, she makes items during the classes, she writes a book, she reads and responds for letters etc.

After resigning one course, Martha will surely change it to other, maybe “lighter”.
Certainly Martha is one of most active and most busy women inmates, serving sentences in Dochas Centre prison in Dublin, Ireland.

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Martha starts another lessons

On Tuesday Martha shared her joy with us – she is taking new lessons: sewing on the machine. She joyfully talked about how she used the sewing machine for the first time.

As of now Martha holds about 10 certificates of completion of different courses. Currently Martha attends few courses, among them: Red Cross, English language, cooking, artistic, and sewing. Martha have already finished few English language courses. Martha is interested in what courses are available. She regrets that every day only 3 lessons are allowed. In the class can be only 6 people. Therefore it is not always possible to get to a given course. In that case, one is enrolled on the list of waiting people.

Martha’s family is glad, that Martha finds her “little joys”, and she enjoys small, simple things. She is still helpful to others, kind. Being good and doing something for others makes her happy.

We feel sorry for “small” people with even “lower” motives, who having some authority, get their “little joys” and “little satisfactions” from causing pain to others. It is especially sad, when the subject of their “small, easily attainable victories” are people who had already been harmed and unjustly treated by fate.

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