Sharmilee Biography is the life story of Princess Safa el Debeh, from the land of Israel. Born in Safed, Sharmile, the princess was the middle child of four in her family. Her father, King David was a very popular and respected leader in the Jews who ruled over the entire Land of Israel at the time. His family were also well known for their luxury lifestyle and he surrounded them with such opulence that the Princess grew up to be extremely knowledgeable about the arts, languages, culture, science, medicine and so much more. The only true love in her life was her beloved father and she dedicated her life to helping him lead his country.
Princess Safa el Debeh was one of six children born to King David. The others were: Nahla, Azariah, David, Yael and Dinah. It was a happy and healthy childhood for the Princess, and she was surrounded by an amazing group of friends whose circle of influence reached far and wide. She was also able to pursue her true love which was writing, and she went on to publish a number of books on subjects including the Sharmilei Tract. As far as Sharmilei cuisine goes, it can be considered to be a fairly modern cuisine although it was embraced way back when Safa was still a child.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
|Bra Size||32 B|
|Waist Size||25 Inches|
|Hips Size||34 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Body Measurements||32-28-34 Inches|
The life of Sharmilei was quite interesting as her father kept her brother away from the royal courts of Jerusalem because they were considered too poor to afford the expensive clothing and jewels that was so important. So even though Princess Sharmilee had such an enormous love for her family, her heart was set on being closer to her father. It was this desire that led her to meet Abraham Shaltiel during the famous wandering in the desert incident which took place in Egypt. Shaltiel was a convert to Judaism and was willing to spend his life helping the Princess become a Jew.
When the two of them married, Sharmilei’s mother passed away and Sharmilee was forced to care for her young son. The first time she attempted to get herself to lose weight was not very successful as she was very self conscious about her small frame and looked down upon her appearance in public. Despite this, she managed to slim down after her marriage to Abraham. The death of her husband left her with absolutely no assets but the very fact that she had no means of support left and had to make do with whatever was available made her miserable. She blamed herself for this and was determined to learn how to lose her unwanted body fat.
Sharmilee did have one redeeming feature in that the Sharmilei diet was one which aimed to help people lose weight without starving themselves. This diet was devised by Sharmilei’s mother but was not brought into use by her. Instead, Sharmilee made certain that she ate correctly and was given advice on what foods to avoid so as not to sabotage the Sharmilei diet. She was also well advised about how to exercise and what types of exercises would help to achieve her goal of a slimmer and fitter body.
Sharmilei was not a very happy woman to live with as her self-image was quite spoiled by the media and the way in which she had lost her weight. However, once she had lost the weight, she found that she still had quite a lot of extra weight that she was not able to lose without some sort of assistance. This led to Sharmilei developing the habit of consulting with a personal trainer who would help her to set up an individualized weight loss plan which would then be followed. Sharmilei would need to make sure that she adhered to this plan because it meant that she could not slack off and try to lose some weight on her own. This biographer has done an excellent job of conveying the details of Sharmilei’s life and how exactly she coped with being overweight. This is an excellent book that will shed a great deal of light on Sharmilei’s life and how she dealt with her weight problem.