In several communities, there are customs and traditions that are not always consistent with the values and standards of our time. This story is about a young woman, Sharda, who becomes partially disabled after a collision. She lost her home, her children were taken from her, her husband disappears, and to make matters worse, she finds no help and affection from her family. And despite all this, she continues to believe and persevere from all adversity. This is the first novel by Henna Coulor-Hasselbaink (1962). She also writes poems, one of which won a special award at the International Poetry Contest. In addition to writing poems and stories, she provides services to social activities. She is married and has two children, Gregory and Whitney.