Carefulness during Learning a Profession

 Written by: Wajiha Sayar

Toba and Idris go to the castle to visit Lalo Mama. Lalo Mama welcomes them in the yard of the castle. Toba has wrapped her face in her shawl. Lalo Mama asks her to show her face. Laila unwraps her face and Lalo Mama sees that Laila’s face is dressed with plaster and he takes Toba and Idris inside the castle.

In the castle, Lalo Mama asks the reason for his wound. Laila says that she has hurt his face when she was learning carpet weaving.

Lalo Mama says that most juveniles hurt themselves during learning a profession and then he turns on his mobile phone and hear the recorded voices of some juveniles.

Farid says, “I am a pupil with a mechanic, and when I was changing the gearbox of a car, the driver started the car and I lost my 3 fingers.”

Qasim says, “I am learning carpentry. One day when I was cutting board with an electric saw, I hurt my leg.”

Lalo Mama turns off his mobile phone. Idris aks that if learning a profession has such trouble then how could one prevent such dangers.

Lalo Mama opens a window for their information.


In the window, the reporter of the castle says that during learning a profession, a small mistake causes one to be disabled for the whole life and then she talks to some juveniles.

Emal says, "I was learning carpentry with my father. I was smoothing a board with an electric saw and I cut my two fingers. My father took my cut fingers and me to the hospital and they jointed my fingers again but I could not forget that day.”

Then the reporter asks some youths that if there is any way to keep themselves from the danger during learning an occupation.

Asif says, “I started to learn metalwork three years ago and in those these 3 years, I have faced 5 incidents and suffered many problems but now when I start my work, I wear my working clothes. I put on my welding goggles during welding and when I have to climb up on a building for installing fences, I fasten my safety built.”

Lalo Mama closes the window. The guests promise Lalo Mama that they would pay attention during learning an occupation.