Siya-The Unlucky girl
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Siya was today's girl but belonged to an orthodox family whose dreams were always suppressed by her family. She had a grandfather who always used to treat her like a doormat. He used to make her do all the household work and his personal work. Her mother also never used to tell him anything as they were at his mercy. Her father had died when she was 10 years old. She was like a bird in the nest who wanted to fly and whose wings were cut. She was very scared to talk to her grandfather. She never uttered a single word in front of him. She was not allowed to go out alone she was always escorted by her mother or sister. She wanted to study but her grandfather was against her studies. He never used to pay for her school fees. Her mother wanted her to study so she used to sell her gold ornaments and pay her fees. Time passed and Siya became 18 her grandfather being orthodox started searching for guys for her marriage, he always used to say there is no need to study at the end you have to do household work. Siya had grown up and she wanted to do something big but no one to help her. She was ambitious. She was always looking for a helping hand. In childhood, she had heard about fairy tales that there is always an angel who takes you out of misery and she always was waiting for it. Time passed but angel never came nor the situation became better. It started becoming worse. There was one situation where her grandfather wanted to kill her. She was fed up with life and every day's torture. She decided to commit suicide. So one day she went to the market. She had made up her mind that she will kill herself as she was fed up with everyday torture.
While she was planning to buy rat poison from the grocery shop she saw a girl on the road who was handicapped and was selling toys sitting on the wooden plank wheel skateboard roller, she was shocked to see her going car to car on that skateboard and asking people to buy. She noticed her for almost 10 minutes. Whenever the signal light was off she would start selling her toys. A small girl was so many times insulted, misbehaved, and even pushed by people but she was not giving up. That movement Siya discovered herself. That changed her mind that this girl has a much tougher life than hers and she is not giving up, then why should I? she decided to fight for herself and take a stand. She went home and for the first time, she spoke to her grandfather and said I want to study. I will do part-time work and I will pay my fees and do whatever you want to do I won't stop.