In a difficult situation we learn a lesson

Susu Mohamed
Posted January 4, 2021 from Somalia

                         Still I nominate Jensine. Because her sake i am here.https://www.linkedin.com/in/jensine/

I was born in Mogadishu in 1986. I studied in Mogadishu and spent most of my time studying. When I graduated from university, my parents married me for security reasons.

There were not many  educated girls at that time. There was a lot of fighting. At that time, I had a son and three daughters.

It was 03-22-2011 a time my base was Bay region baydhaba District South west somalia i am doing humanitarian Aid working .

The forces took place during that time Announced to move all organizations South west state We were called to the office by a group of men who told us to stand up under the sun the sun was very hot at that time after 3 hours.

As I remember, my colleague Isha Aden aged 52 years was office cleaner she become unconscious urinated and had a bowel movement while standing still. They completely took over the office and took everything They completely took over the office and took everything

they told us to get out of there, I will never forget that situation while it was before 13 years.

My husband was died in explosion. When some one phoned me and  told where he was drinking coffee, there was an explosion I quickly went to the place where everything was over and zero I started to care the little ones and try my best so that life without a loved one will continue without a loved one.

that is my story,

Greeting Sisters.

 

This story was submitted in response to World Pulse Spirit Awards.

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Jill Langhus
Jan 04, 2021
Jan 04, 2021

Oh, dear, Susu,

You've been through so much, honey. I'm so sorry:-(

XX

Susu Mohamed
Jan 04, 2021
Jan 04, 2021

Dear Jill,
thanks dear for your empathy feeling for me Every problem have way Out.

Jill Langhus
Jan 04, 2021
Jan 04, 2021

You're welcome, dear. That's true:-) I truly admire your optimism and positivity.

Karen Quiñones-Axalan
Jan 05, 2021
Jan 05, 2021

Hello, Susu,

You're such a strong woman to overcome those difficult situations. Why did the forces let you stand under the sun for three hours?

I'm sorry that you lost your husband due to explosion, dear. How did you raise your children? Who took care of them while you work? Thank you for the courage to share your story with us.

Susu Mohamed
Jan 05, 2021
Jan 05, 2021

Hello karan,
they wanted to take the all office equipment's and supplies and their faces were not recognized to us .

Karen Quiñones-Axalan
Jan 05, 2021
Jan 05, 2021

Oh, that's so cruel of them to do that to you. I thought you violated something and they punished you. I'm sorry that you experience that, dear.

Susu Mohamed
Jan 05, 2021
Jan 05, 2021

I am caring while i am working my mam was helped me and nannies. thank you for your feelin me .

Karen Quiñones-Axalan
Jan 05, 2021
Jan 05, 2021

What blessing that your mom and nannies were there to help you, dear. Thank you for answering my questions.

Jensine Larsen
Jan 15, 2021
Jan 15, 2021

Beloved Susu,
I can't imagine the difficulty of that time, and what I am sure continues to be a labor of love to rebuild from your loss, from the suffering of those experiences, and to create a more peaceful country where there are no bombs.
I am honored you have joined World Pulse - you have a spirit of a great leader and I know your story will help others overcome pain to build a better future. Thank you for sharing your story with us. We are eager to learn more of your visions.

Susu Mohamed
Jan 15, 2021
Jan 15, 2021

Dear Jensine,
Thank you for your reading story my dear we are struggling and every problem have way out.
I will share more stories and the life styleof somalia.

Best Regards
Susu