Malala’s Speech: A Disappointment for Many People!

on Friday, July 19, 2013

I have been quite busy with my life, but still I managed some time to have a look at social media websites. It was an honor for me to listen to Malala Yousufzai’s speech on YouTube. There has been a lot of discussions on the social websites about the speech that Malala Yousufzai’s made recently using the UN forum. But the question that was repeatedly asked whether Malala’s speech could have been better or not?

It was an awkward moment for me when I heard the whole speech; actually I realized that it was a speech in which there was a great margin for improvements. Using the UN platform to have this kind of speech does not make sense to me. It was fine if this speech was made by Obama while leaders of different nations would be listening to him, including Pakistan Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Shareef.

There were quite a few important points that needed to be highlighted at this point, but the speech was more focused on one particular issue. Malala should have asked other countries to support those children who need to be educated. A resolution may be passed that every country stops the aid until every child has the right to get educated.

If you ask me, I am simply disappointed with the way Malala delivered her speech. It’s a harsh reality, and we don’t live in a world where everything is perfect. It would be better to admit that.

One can understand this fact when you came to know that a teenager was brutally shot by an extremist in the head. At an age, you celebrated birthdays, had fun, ambitions to move ahead in life, but all of these desires were not fulfilled, because they might not always happen the way you wanted to be.

I agree with the people asking questions on the social web pages. We shouldn’t be proud of what happened to Malala .It’s a different world even harsher than your imagination. You need to come out from your imagination where you see things with a different perspective, in fact you wish to see things happen with the way you want it to be. Malala could have a better future, but there is a lot to be done by the leaders of the country.

They are unwilling to have contributions to get things changed for the people, but unfortunately they are more concerned about getting the people’s support without doing much for them.

That is the only reason we have to listen to 16 years old teenagers teaching us lessons about the sacrifices we have to make in order to achieve the ambitions in life.

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