“I chat with my friends and colleagues every day between work. Sometimes we talk about our everyday life, sometimes about our country. Sometimes, after reading a newspaper, we talk about other countries too. We picture our lives together and sometimes discuss where we will be 5 years from now. We don’t get breaks very often and who doesn’t want to prattle a bit when they do.
Everyone says, dream big! But do you know what I say? I think dreams should be such that I can fulfill in my own way. My father was a farmer, never went to school. But he empowered to me study for some time even during such poverty. I don’t have a lot of money, but I am doing better than my father ever did. Even though it’s not easy, at least, I am being able to send my children to school. I don’t dream that my son will become something huge someday, or that he will be very famous. I hope that he will lead a better life than the one I am living. As long as I am alive, this little dream and my children are everything to me.”
– Employee at a garment factory