reading your autobiography about your life. And it seems like you did have a
very difficult time and fought hard for the education of everyone, especially
girls. I don’t usually read autobiographies but after hearing about the
youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize ever and how you were shot, I felt
the need to learn more.
rights long before the shooting, as has your father. Your family sound lovely
and it really seems like even at a young age you were striving to be the best
you can, loving school and working towards giving the opportunity of education
to everyone possible. It amazes me to know what risks you were taking when I
was still young enough to worry about if I was going to get the latest item of
technology for Christmas or not. My awareness was no where near as wide as
get an education the opportunity to have it.
of everyone around the world.
may not be appreciative of school every day that I go, but I am grateful for
having this freedom, and this opportunity.
father both have worked so hard for this cause and I truly believe it is a
way I possibly can, after doing some research.
Olivia’s Question: How much do you value education?