“Do YOU Have the Courage to Speak Up like Malala?”
Dear EFT Mind and Body Community:
Have you been inspired by the young heroes and heroines walking among us? One such heroine is Malala Yousafzai. But why is Malala so special? She is 16 years old and she has already been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Malala is from Pakistan and she has been fighting for girls’ rights to go to school and be educated. At age 11, she was already writing articles for a blog, expressing her desires for education, and her fears about the Taliban.
Malala was riding the school bus on October 2012, when three Taliban men hijacked her bus and shot her in the head. The Taliban wanted to silence Malala’s opposition to a ban prohibiting girls from getting an education.
During an interview with Jon Stewart, Malala said that at first, she did not believe that the Talib would kill a child, she was 14 at the time. But then she kept asking herself: “If he comes, what would you do, Malala? Then I would reply myself that “I would take off my shoes and hit him” but reconsidered. “if you hit a Talib, then there would not be difference between you and the Talib,” “You must not treat others with cruelty. You must fight others through peace and through dialogue and through education.” “I would tell him that I not only want education for myself but for your children as well. Then I would have to let him do whatever he had to do”
Malala’s courage to speak up, even if it might cost her her life, has allowed her to inspire and touch people’s hearts all around the world.
HOW DOES MALALA’S STORY INSPIRE YOU?
When you look at your own situation in life, is there an area where you would like to speak up?
The truth is that each one of us, has the power to impact other people’s lives for the better. For example:
- You can inspire people at your place of work, when you show up with optimism (even when your boss is cranky) we have already explained here how effective EFT is in work situations.
And if you are suffering issues of worthlessness, lack of confidence in the workplace, blocks to success and the fear of speaking up and you feel in your heart that it is time to change, you can schedule a professional EFT session with us so you can shift your entire life.
- You can inspire members of your family by approving of them, and showering them with love.
- You can inspire others when you are driving, by being a peaceful, and kind driver.
There is a lady in our neighborhood who enjoys walking every day, and while she walks she waves to all the drivers. A little while ago, a lady stopped her at a market, and told her that she was so happy she could finally express her appreciation, because thanks to her, she now walks daily. Our walker friend did not even know she was inspiring others to get out and walk! But she rejoiced when she heard how grateful the woman was.
Now I would love to hear from you...
In what areas of your life you wish you could have spoken up?
Were you programmed during your childhood to be quiet and invisible?
How does Malala’s story inspire YOU?
Leave a comment below and share your story. Because when you contribute your thoughts, you are inspiring others….
And if you are suffering issues of worthlessness, lack of confidence in the workplace, blocks to success and the fear of speaking up and you feel in your heart that it is time to change, you can schedule a professional EFT session with us so you can shift the way you do Business. https://eftmindandbody.com/services/
As always thanks for reading, contributing your opinions and sharing in social media.
Much love, and take care of yourself,
Patrick and Edith Howell, EFT Mindandbody Experts, Certified by Gary Craig, The Creator of EFT
- Posted in: "Do YOU Have the Courage to Speak Up like Malala?"
- Tagged: afraid, anger, approving, blocks to success, boss, change, cranky, edith howell, education, eft, fear, fighting, gary craig, girls rights, hearts, hero, heroine, impact, inspired, life, love, loving, malala, mean, optimism, peace, relationships, relaxed, safe, shift, situation, speak up, support, taliban, trauma, unresolved, workplace