IT’S TOUGH–IT REALLY IS!
In a town square, many labours were waiting. Men of different ages were hoping to be hired for some construction or garden work.
It really didn’t matter what the job was as long as they had work for the day.
Sometimes, if they were lucky, they would continue working for weeks at the same place. Labours always gathered there as early as five in the morning.
Alee, Hames and Jamel were three friends among this crowd. They were honest, kind, caring and very hardworking young men who had no other choice but to find work this way. The daily salary for a regular worker was 50 coins.
That was good enough to pay the rent and buy food for their families if they could work at least six days a week. One morning felt very slow, just a few men were offered work. Usually, if they were not picked up…
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