“In the year 2019, I want to be able to take my parents to Hajj.”
“I started to work in Singapore in 1998. I went back to get married in 2006 and returned in 2011. I have one son from my former marriage, due to circumstances, I left him when he was 3 year old. He is now staying with his dad and every time I call him, he doesn’t want to talk to me.
With the intention of getting a better life, I decided to work abroad in Singapore. I work as a domestic helper. The pay here is good and my employer is also nice. Personally, I am not really attached to physical, earthly materials, I am more focused on my afterlife success. I am working patiently and with all my heart through trials and tribulation. Now, I am saving money to take my parents to Hajj (Islamic religious pilgrimage).” In the year 2019, I want to be able to take my parents to Hajj. I will stop working in Singapore, go back to my hometown. I would like to open my own business and never go back to working in a foreign country.
Sri, 40, Kebumen