No, it isn’t about her name or even her book.
It’s all about her willingness, her courage, and her efforts to make her dreams come true.
I put the word of “willingness” as the first in line ’cause I do believe that people can do anything ( even if you are the handicapped ones ) as long as you have the “willingness” in your mind and your heart, also.
Courage and efforts will come along the willingness by itself. It’s only the matter of time 🙂
Malala is one of the kind, the young teenager who has built her dreams for many people in this world. Fortunately, she has succeeded to make people receive and admit her ‘world’ from another sights, as it is all about human rights advocacy for education and for women.
I just read an article that said she will be awarded as an honourary Canadian, and only five other people have ever been given this reward, begin from Raoul Wallenberg, Nelson Mandela, Aung San Suu Kyi, Tenzin Gyatso a.k.a the 14th Dalai Lama, and the Aga Khan.
Dear Malala, congratulations for your Nobel Prize award and the honourary Canadian citizenship.