We are from South of Iran, we live in Bandar Abbas and we commute to Qeshm Island frequently.
We are from South of Iran, we live in Bandar Abbas and we commute to Qeshm Island frequently. Have you ever been to the South? It's fascinating and I love it. This Ramadan I pleaded to my mother that I wanted to fast. I fasted for two days but I fainted and I became weak. I felt like my soul had left my body and would never come back.
Although I didn't fast any more, I didn't become any better; then my mother took me to the hospital where I was diagnosed with cancer. My granny got worried more than everyone since I was the apple of her eyes. I didn't like to be away from her but my mother decided that we had to go to Tehran.
I was upset 6 months ago when I came to MAHAK and since I didn't know anyone, I didn't want to go out of my room. I was thinking why I was far from my hometown. But after two months I got accustomed to the situation. I have got to know many of MAHAK's staff and I have made lots of friends now. They call me, talk to me and care about me. My granny calls me every day and cares about me from miles away and I am very glad about this. She posts all of my favorite foods to me; all that I enjoy eating. She and my uncle tell me: "You'll get well and will come back soon." I really believe in this and I am excited about having lots of friends here. I believe that soon I will see my granny, leap into her arms and hear her saying "Ay mo! Ay mo!" which means O' dear, O' dear.
I would like to tell the children who come to MAHAK to be happy every day and listen to joyful music; this way you will get well soon and can go back home.