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Written By:      |   Published Date:  02-Feb-2012

Cock fighting at school

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 In 1996, while I was in Grade 9 at Khumjung School, I broke my leg while playing cockfight with friends on the school ground. My leg had to be bandaged completely and couldn't walk without support of crutches. I was supposed to rest at home for recovery but got extremely bored and decided to limp back to school on crutches.  

At the beginning, others students gave me strange look as if I came from different planet. Some showed sympathy while others teased me. I felt little uncomfortable, sad and even unhappy at times especially when people laughed at me. During the morning assembly, all the other students would enjoy the physical activity while I waited inside the classroom. I felt very impatient and jealous of the other students. I wished I had been more careful not to break my ankle.

My home was only 10 to 15 minutes walk away from school.  I came home for lunch every day when I was normal. But, with my new condition, it took much longer to walk back and forth. So, for few days, I decided to take my lunch to school but had to eat it alone which I hated. Again, I decided to go home for lunch. I had to walk home as quickly as possible and eat as fast as I can to get back to school on time for the next lesson.  I had to push myself really hard to make it. It was painful exercise and I fell several time while climbing over rock wall and stairs. I could not get back up quickly when I fell. This struggle went on for one and half months before I recovered reasonably well and resume my normal activity. This experience made me think about the plight of the people who are permanently handicapped and how they would feel when people made fun of them.

(Tsering works as the Project Coordinator for  Mountain Spirit's "Community Resource Management Project" in Khumu. He is also the Chair Person of the Khumjung Youth Group)