As I was reading this extraordinary book I… — Virgilyo de Souza

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As I was reading this extraordinary I couldn’t help myself to be in July of 2003 while I was some English class the summer so I could earn my School Diploma. Back Malala was only 6 years old witnessing her father’s fight for the of education for girls and woman. I realize back in 2003 how education was important. If I did I wouldn’t be summer school to earn the needed for my diploma. Little I know that across the were people fighting to only the right to be educated, the to have a chance. I had a chance, I had teachers, counselors and advisers who willing to help me succeed. I had a to make the best out of my High years. I had the opportunity that seven million children in the today don’t have. though I passed all the test and got my High School Diploma, book made me realize more, and perhaps the deepest way how much I took my education for But, not only education, we take for granted things our freedom to speech, our freedom of our freedom to work hard and successful If we try. Stories this, inspire me to be better, to do to see things better, to act on things to look around and see that we have today, there are around this big world who are for one opportunity, one chance, but they yet have.

Malala explains with much details how her life was to the shooting. The struggle her father through to keep his dream The courage they had to keep school open even the Taliban ordered all the women to be close on the 15 of January of 2009.

is Malala?” that’s the chapter she describe her shooting. Literally I got to that chapter on page I had to take a break, go outside a fresh air to gain strength to the tragedy that was about to It really felt like I was that white Toyota truck riding with girls. Maybe the most chapter in the book for me.

She tells us that she is short only 5 feet tall, so she to grow a tiny bit taller. At time she was speaking at a lot of events and it easy to be authoritative and could see over the lecter. Her prayers answered. A huge price paid. Today not only she is one of the leaders who fight for peace, and education, but also a treat to the She was only local activist, now she is She was the youngest to ever be nominated for the Peace Prize, but sadly she win. She also delivered a speech on the day of her sixteenth birthday at the Nations. And also twice on the of TIME magazine, an Icon eventually made her the Most Influential Person Of The .

Her sense of purpose to fight for for every girl was much than her own life. And I think leaders feel this sense of purpose. They are so by it, that they are willing to up their own life for the greater

One of the phrases that caught my the most, and made be anxious to her book was in a interview she did in The Daily with Jon Stewart on Comedy .

“I started thinking about and I used to think that the would come, and he would kill me. But then I said, ‘If he what would you do Malala?’ I would reply to myself, just take a shoe and hit

But then I said, ‘If you hit a Talib your shoe, then would be no difference between you and the You must not treat others cruelty and that much you must fight others but peace and through dialogue and education.’

Then I said I tell him how important education is and ‘I even want education for children as well.’ And I will him, ‘That’s what I to tell you, now do what you

This phrase is included in the but not with such detail.

Her used to say “Malala will be as a bird” . Indeed she now is, but I think really describe who she is today is “I know God stopped me from to the grave. It feels like life is a second life. prayed to God to spare me, and I was spared for a — to use my life for helping people. people talk about the way I was and what happened, I think the story of Malala, “a girl by the Taliban”; I don’t feel a story about me at all” .

Malala’s weapon to fight war is simply this: “ One child, one one book and one pen can change the world. is the only solution. Education .

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The Malala Foundation:

There are 600 adolescent girls in the developing They are an undeniable force for and economic impact. But only if the opportunity.

Around the world, are denied a formal education of social, economic, legal and factors. And in being denied an society loses one of its greatest and powerful resources.

The Malala Fund aims to that.

Education empowers to raise their voices, to their potential, and to demand

The Malala Fund’s solutions are grounded in innovation: they are girl-centric to education that support the goal of creating a world every girl reaches her potential.

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