I know that I can not fall off the palm of God
She was born on May 12, 1974 in Diósjenő. Her father and her mother came from a family of (romungró) Gypsies. Her parents were primary school graduates. Her parents divorced in 1977. Mária with her mother and younger brother moved to a small village in Nógrád county, Alsópetény. Her mother was a ticket inspector, later she organized the collection of medicinal plants and snails. Her father worked in a tile factory in Romhány. Her father committed suicide in 1990.Mária learned in high school health professionals in Vác (adults gained vocational nurses). 1993 she worked in the National Cardiology Institute in Budapest. She learned word processing, then she completed a course in child and youth protection officer. In 1998 she began working in the family support service. In 2000 she began her studies at the János Wesley Theological College. She learned the making of the documentaries Black Box Foundation. She graduated in 2005 (social worker). Between 2009 and 2015 she worked in the Hungarian Radio, she was journalist for the magazine programs. (She has been forgiven in 2015.) After it she attended a mediation training. Since 2016 she works in the family support service as a mediator. She has been active as a volunteer. She directed three short films. (Zsani (2004), Pogácsásjulcsi (2010), Csoki és Vanília (2011.) Her movie (Pogácsásjulcsi) was awarded the Faces of Poverty Film Festival in 2011.