Malala Yousafzai Summarises Her 2017 and Twitterati is Inspired
2017 came to an end and many people reflected back on the year and reminisced about what inspired them. Also many gave out best moments of the year. And Malala Yousafzai also joined in same. On last day of the year, she gave out her list of best moments of the year. Her list left many amazed as 20 years old’s achievements of 2017 was spellbinding. From celebrating for being a UN messenger for peace to getting accepted in one of the prestigious colleges, Malala’s year in review list inspired the netizens across the world.
Her Twitter joining was also one of the pointers. She also included about her second book Malala’s Magic Pencil. Soon her tweet went viral and it garnered more than four thousand retweets and more than forty five thousand likes on the tweet. Some revealed how they extremely inspired by her while others said how she is indeed the hope for all. Check out her tweet:
UN Messenger of Peace ✌
Canadian honorary citizenship
Iraq & Kurdistan
Ebenezer Baptist Church speech
Malala’s Magic Pencil ✏
Giving Tuesday ☎
— Malala (@Malala) December 31, 2017
Check out some of the best tweets.
She is an inspiration for all
— Christopher M. Jones (@bluepoet3) December 31, 2017
Amazing work Malala
Amazing work Malala! ❤️ Making all girls around the world proud, encouraging to take action too. Have a wonderful 2018 filled with more love and good.
— kat (@pwrlsobvs) December 31, 2017
World indeed needs you
You are a shining diamond in a really scary World young lady. The World needs you so much ❤️
— Stuart Crichton (@Mr_Crichton) December 31, 2017
She did so many great things
If ever I’ve felt like an underachiever, it’s now! You’re amazing, Malala – keep up the great work (tho those essays come first….).
— Katy Cooper (@DecSop1) December 31, 2017
Thank You Malala
You have been motivating all the children to fight for their rights, for their education, including me. Thankyou Malala✨
— parth (@strangeblueflow) December 31, 2017
One woman can change the world
A man once told me that one woman could not change the world. I said your name. Thank you for everything.
— Sevina Yates (@SevinaYates) December 31, 2017
She is beacon of hope
And an inspiration to all ✨
— Aroosa (@AroosaA01) December 31, 2017
In the reply section of the tweet, she also revealed about most memorable part of the year. She posted pictures of her foreign visits where she met young crusaders who were fighting for education. “The most memorable part of my year was meeting courageous girls who are fighting poverty, child marriage, conflict and war to continue their education,” she tweeted. Apart from the summary of the year, she also tweeted about her New Year’s resolution. “2018: Keep working for a world where girls can choose their own future,” she posted. Thoughts? Sound off in the comments below.