Points after broadcast
* I read a beautiful article characterized by realism and great humility by the late journalist, businessman and national capitalist, Muhammad Ahmad Al-Salamabi, who was known for his self-taught and built his wealth “straw by straw” with this self-made, and he was arrogant about that, as he charred one of the (disobedient) journalists who attacked him in an attempt from him, To belittle him and belittle him and describe him as being nothing but a coffee boy at the beginning of his life! So what did Al-Salamabi respond to?!:
* He said to him calmly during his daily read column entitled (A Word and a Half), in which he was addressing people’s issues in a satirical, critical and enlightening manner: “I made a mistake, for I did not start a café boy. As an assistant at Lori, then I worked as a waiter in my restaurant, and then I graduated to be a café boy!
* He once wrote in one of those topics in which he deals with people’s issues, saying: “The student graduates and his only hope is to become an employee. The son of a farmer who graduates from middle school finds it shameful that he works in agriculture with his father, and remains unemployed for months, perhaps years, looking for an important job.” The son of a barber who has reached secondIG education refuses to work as a barber, the son of a carpenter, or the son of a builder, and the seller of milk or vegetables. While if he went to his father’s work and took advantage of his knowledge and thought in developing and coordinating it to benefit and benefit, if he thought about an old job, he would renovate it a little, such as opening a small corner in which he roasts peanuts and wraps them clean in cellophane paper and sells them to those who want and what is most of them, to earn more from that than what the job brings him. for which it is being sacrificed).
* We are brought to this occasion, in which we discuss aspects of the biography of the self-made journalist Muhammad Ahmed Al-Salamabi, a cultural sociability in which we were presented by a Sudanese community living in one of the countries of the diaspora and political asylum. Those who do not refuse to do marginal jobs, regardless of the academic certificates they hold, we have enumerated some of them, such as washing pots and dishes in large Italian restaurants, cleaning schools and their classrooms, washing railway cars and large buses, harvesting fruits from farms in the summer, and loading and unloading workers in large commercial stores (Shialin). We mentioned all of this before we talked to them about the other jobs we got in our specialties (in the journalistic field, assistant librarians in student colleges, and media correspondents for satellite broadcasting channels)!
* We have elaborated on the necessity of keeping away from the diseases of the petty bourgeoisie polluted by the depravities of what they call (prestige) by not doing such marginal jobs or, in most cases, when having to perform them, those concerned become ashamed, so they hide and often do not announce their jobs!
* Note that we discovered that simply having it as information when writing your CV helps in giving you competitive points, as you do not disdain honest work, whatever and do not transcend the value of the work itself as a humane job serving the community in which you live! This is what we have tried and it has contributed to giving us jobs in which the people of the concerned country compete with themselves among those we live among!
* All this contributed to encouraging those Sudanese who listened to our sympathy, who were able to reduce their (hesitation) to reveal the jobs they performed before and express their willingness not to hesitate to include these marginal jobs that they performed in their CVs when searching for jobs for them in their specialties! Most of them were distinguished officials in Sudan, regular officers, media professionals, teachers, and merchants, which the Black Rescue Merchants removed from the market of God is greatest!
* It was a cheerful and light-hearted sociability, when the majority began to talk about those marginal jobs that were unknown to friends and acquaintances, and the funniest of those (confessions) was when an architect mentioned that she had worked for a long time in a municipal garbage car in which she lived Another pointed out that he (Mccogee) worked for a small hotel in the neighborhood in which he lives.
* A real joke brings us to one of the fathers who used to work in one of the oil sectors in Sudan before he was transferred to the public interest and resorted to live in America, and there you get a job as a gas station worker, and when one of his daughters from Sudan called him inquiring about the nature of the job you get, he hesitated a little before To answer her that he works (an employee of the General Petroleum Corporation)! And the funniest example of disguise was that a senior nursing specialist got a job as a dishwasher in one of the city’s hospital restaurants, and when friends asked her about the nature of her new job, she hesitated before informing them that she was absorbed in a job Department (Hemodialysis in the hospital)!.
* Do not disdain marginal jobs and professions, they are for normal people who reconcile with themselves and their societies!
* The dismantling committee represents me and fighting Corona is a national duty.