Changing learning with leadership
Malala Yousfrazai: Changing learing with leadersip
Malala is a wonderful girl who cares so much about something we take for granted. I think if we all looked at her we would realize that education is a gift, and we are blessed to be able to have it. Malala fought, and is still fighting for her basic rights. Malala shows determination, responsibility, power, courage, loyalty, optimism, and so many more great life skills. All these things are what makes Malala a great leader. When she was young, and her school got shut down by the Taliban, Malala went out and gave a speech about it. She was only eleven when she gave this speech. I think it is truly unbelievable that this eleven year old girl could do something no one else could. To be a leader like her, I would need to have much more courage, respect, and overall more of all the life skills Malala has. I think the life skill that has helped Malala most was courage. Malala has spent her whole life protecting the rights of girls and education. This upset the Taliban, and on October 9, 2012, a gunman shot Malala. This did not stop her though. After she recovered, she gave a speech. This shows so much courage and determination it is crazy. Through all of her experience, Malala has gained so many great things. She has learned to fight for what you want, she has learned that there are great things if you fight for them, she learned to fight to show more courage, respect, optimism, determination, loyalty, and compassion. Malala has learned so much through all of what has happened to her, and great things have come to her because of what life skills she has shown. Malala has gone on to be the youngest person to win a Nobel Peace Prize, at age seventeen. Malala has done so much for all of the girls in Mingora, Pakistan, and for girls all over the world who are deprived of educational rights. Malala is a true leader, and following her life skills would make for many more great leaders in this world.