Ask yourself this very simple question.
What were you doing when you were 15 on your way to school?
If you’re lucky, your parents might have driven you there, wished you a good morning and you would have slowly walked into the classroom, greeted by your classmates and your eyes sleepy from the early start.
You probably don’t even remember what you were doing, because an ordinary school morning is to be forgotten; but not for Malala Yousafzai.
In 2012, Malala, a Taliban 12-year-old girl living in occupied Pakistan boarded on school bus on her way back from an exam, when a Talibani gunman shot her in the face after identifying her from a small group of girls.
But Malala lived. She lived after the denial of education and freedom of living an ordinary 12-year-old life before getting shot; she lived after the shot that got her a bullet passing…
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