Malala took to twitter to answer some of the questions, and we are here to discuss a few points we learnt from the session..It is no secret that we have alot to learn from this inspiring female, especially in our times..
When asked, whats your biggest fear? She answered 'Losing my family. And fear that the world won't become a better place' She is an ordinary girl like all of us, at the end of the day, she also values her family and strives to make this world a better place!
Which living person do you most admire? She answered 'Women in leadership positions in every field who are using their advantages to inspire younger women' We learnt that she is always reaching for empowerment in women, that is her main priority! That is really refreshing to hear especially considering the current issues that women face in our society..
What is the trait you most deplore in yourself? She answered 'Biting my nails.' That is quiet a funny thing as she's still young and funny, her pet peeves being so simple just like her..
Which living person do you most despise? She answered 'That's something I don't even think about. My mind never goes there.' The girl does'nt have any hate or anger towards anyone even after all she has been through, there is no malice or ill will for anyone. We should learn empathy and love from her.
Which talent would you most like to have? She answered 'Too many! Singing, drawing, painting, dancing. Any of these, I wouldn't refuse.' Malala wants to do everything and one should'nt dive into one kind of talent, one should explore and do everything they can and see what they are passionate about, There's really no end to what all Malala wants to achieve!
What do you most value in your friends? 'They treat me as a regular person.' Yes! She is humble and grounded. Even after reaching the heights that she did, she likes her friends to keep reminding her that she is still a normal girl just like all of us!
Who are your heroes in real life? She answered 'Martin Luther King Jr., Benazir Bhutto, Bacha Khan, Gandhi, my teachers.