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"And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." - John 8:32
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Author:  Kamala Sarup
Bio: Kamala Sarup
Date:  March 21, 2021
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The first time I met my Employer

I was trying to get a job. I was desperate to find a job. I worked at a multi-level retail store, I worked at the library, and I worked at the school.†I've never been happy about anything.†and those were my bad experiences.

I was thinking of getting a new job. I got tired of hanging around the house. All of a sudden, I met Andrew and asked him.†I want a job, he was very polite and asked me if he could organize a meeting with Kelly. I met Kelly the following morning in the kitchen. She was very, very lovely and very positive. She wanted to know if I knew how to make coffee. I needed a job, so I lied to him. I just wanted her to give me a job. She asked me to make coffee, but I did not know how to do it. I wasn't going to go. I believe she understood and asked me, I can cook, I said yes.

I mean, I've never cooked in Nepal. Mommy never taught us how to cook in the kitchen.†

Kelly told me right away I was training you guys. I got so excited and I wanted to learn something precious. Meeting Kelly was the best therapy I had, too. I was so sad when I met her because I just lost my senior sister. I cried nearly daily, every night. Kelly stimulated, encouraged and assisted me. She's a big part of my life after my mom.†

Andrew and Kelly arranged well? They had a hotel when I started working with now within 3 years they have 4 hotels and still growing. My employer Who own The Harrison and Casablanca in Cape May, are highly successful professionals. The way they treat good employees is a good example for the US. Kelly is so highly regarded woman and worthy of mention and works magnificently. I cried when my sister was gone. I was going through a depression. I remember when I started coming to see her, I was seriously about her wonderful ways. She was such a nice person to me the first time I met her.††

Itís Kelly once told me, "You're sweet." I replied: The moon is beautiful to look at, but in fact it is so far away that you cannot touch it. When there are clouds or rain, it disappears. Sin no time. What I think is that your liking of me should be like the moon that stares at the earth. Ē I said this as I neared the window to shut it. When she responded, her voice contained both great. "Kamala, you can do it, Ē she knew I didnít know how to cook and she helped me.†

†I always want to see her happy and beautiful. I did my best, giving my great work honor love.††Many times, I saw her, she is always busy, and Andrew is busy. Work is like worship. It provides pleasurcontinued can we prove ourselves as the wonderful women without overcoming difficulties? I am fighting continued to a bright future and to establish the ideals and values of life. This is the reason why I come here to work with Kelly and Andrew.††

I remember our first meeting and how she said to me, "It won't be the worst thing to try. Do you know how to cook " She looked so smart. I really didnít know how to cook, but I lied to her and said yes, I know how doing it.

She was so attentive; she could lecture for hours on professionally. Her character attracted me from our very first meeting.†

Kamala Sarup

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Biography - Kamala Sarup

Journalist, poet and editor Ms. Kamala Sarup works for B&B Harrison and Casabalanca.†She is specializes in reporting news and writing stories covering Freedom, Peace, Public health, Democracy, Women/Children, development, justice and advocacy from her location inside the United States. Human rights, anti-terrorism, and economic development are also part of the work.††Ms. Kamala† Sarup has also written numerous reports which includes "Women's Empowerment", Prevention of Trafficking in Women Through Media," and "Efforts to Prevent Trafficking for Media Activism." Kamala is a regular contributor to Cape May County Herald newspaper. She also published two Stories collections and several poems. Her interests include cooking, political, socio-economic and literature.


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