If a young blogger Malala can, why can’t we?? – Malala Day 2020

Thanks to blogger Anu Rijo for letting me know that today, July 12, is UN-proclaimed Malala Day. This reblogged post does a wonderful job of reminding us of some of young Malala’s most important lessons to the world: how each of us can make a difference in the world and the power of education. I had not known that Malala started out as an anonymous blogger herself when she was 15. There are some very good reminders for us all in this post; it’s well worth checking out the remaining 873 words at the link (in tiny words) at the very bottom of this post. That’s where all the good advice is found!

Anu@lafemina

Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner 2014

Yes..this face is so familiar for us and needless to explain why..!!! In fact, do you know this girl started her fight as a little BLOGGER with a pseudonym ..?? On July 12, when she celebrates her birthday, we world celebrates her courage and bravery to stand up for herself and other girl children for the right of education. When one little blogger girl around 15 years old had that fire in her even death failed to her..!!

I told myself, Malala, you have already faced death. This is your second life. Don’t be afraid — if you are afraid, you can’t move forward.

Malala Yousafzai– I Am Malala

She didn’t stop her journey there..Didn’t you notice that self motivated words from her autobiography ?? She decided to continue fight for girls education and started Malala Fund, a school…

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4 Responses to If a young blogger Malala can, why can’t we?? – Malala Day 2020

  1. iidorun says:

    I did not know this! Thank you for sharing!

  2. What a remarkable young woman! The young are leading the way and sometimes, we older ones have to yield the floor, be inspired by them, and do what we can to follow.

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