Last weekend, I've watched an inspiring true to life story of an OFW from Saudi Arabia. His life and experience working and living in abroad. It's about the crime he did because of self defence only to escape from a disgusting behaviour of one of the local people. He was almost raped by the same sex, how cruel is that? Because he was from foreign country, the justice was a bit bias and the worst thing that happen the Philippine embassy didn't help him at first or even not giving support and also they don't give him an immigration lawyer to help and justify his case to continue the hearing. He was put into prison and no one to hang on. He was very scared when he heard he will be sentenced to death and be-headed. All he do is pray and pray hoping one day someone will help him and the family of the victim will forgive him. He became hopeless staying inside the prison for already 12 years, until he thought of writing to the prince of Saudi Arabia begging to kill him because it's been so many years and nothing happen to him and he is just useless and nothing to do. But the prince replied nicely and give inspiring words to him, to wait for right time maybe one day he will be free out of prison. And yes, with the help and negotiation of the Philippine and Saudi Arabia government he was dismissed and he was set free.
What a miracle "he said" for having a second chance to have a new life and new beginning. All of it he thanks God for listening and answering his prayers. Now he is starting a new life and coping the time he wasted in prison and spend most of it with his family.