MALALA- An Inspiration for Generations

#Malala Yousufzai’s 16-minute speech was truly inspiring. An epitome of sacrifice and hope, Malala displayed awe-inspiring true grit in her fight for education. Her quote “The terrorists thought that they would change my aims and stop my ambitions but nothing changed in my life, except this: weakness, fear and hopelessness died. Strength, power and courage was born” testifies that #COMMITMENT can inspire even when the fire of hope is disintegrating to ashes.

On behalf of #KDSinghFoundation, I take this opportunity to Salute our young daughter Malala for bolstering our hope. While the last 100 days of supporting Rape Victims have unveiled the enormity of barbarism in our society, Malaya’s story inspires us to continue our fight against cruelty. It is beyond belief to witness laudable strength and inspiring commitment, despite hardships.  Undeniably Malala’s survival has been an example of deep commitment and dedication, AN INSPIRATION FOR GENERATIONS.

While we talk of #Malala as personification of true commitment, I also take this opportunity to extend deep regards and best wishes to 21-year-old Ashiwini from Bangalore and 15-year-old Razia from Uttar Pradesh, for being awarded UN’s youth courage award for education. This truly depicts that our society is on the verge of change…..Change driven by COURAGE and COMMITMENT

Such paragons of heroism brace up our strength to walk the arduous path of bringing change and making this world a better place to live, particularly for women, who have been subject to inequality and discrimination. On this remarkable journey, #KDSinghFoundation pledges to inspire millions…

Hats off to brave Malala, youth leader Razia Sultan and spirited Ashwini for their commendable contribution to society.

JAI HIND…..

 

 

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