My Hero of 2012 is Malala Yousafzai the Pakistani girl who was shot by the Taliban for expressing her passion for education and her position on behalf of the rights of all women. Courage, inspiration, Malala my hero. MB

Views: 552

Comment

You need to be a member of Michael Bolton to add comments!

Join Michael Bolton

Comment by Mrs Donna Johnson on January 7, 2013 at 10:13pm

Brilliant !!! this young lady deserves support for her courage to speak out, god bless her as women everywhere have the right to freedom and free speech regardless of religion / beliefs.

May she continue to thrive and get better here, as Sylvia Doughty pointed out her father has a position within the Pakistani Consulate in Birmingham. God bless her and her family and hope they enjoy their time here in the UK experiencing the life that they should be living in their native Pakistan but, can't due to it's outdated laws etc especially those relating to women!!,

Comment by Kathy Rosario on January 6, 2013 at 8:06pm

Wonderful choice Michael!! Women here in our country need to listen up and realize some of our politicians have some very close beliefs as to those in Malala's country. For example....we are being told a woman can STOP a pregnancy from occurring after a  "legitimate" RAPE!!!! Shameful behavior from a senator in our country in 2102 (when he made the STUPID comment!!!) Women everywhere must protect themselves and each other. We can all move forward with the help of Malala and bless our youth who move from their untainted hearts and souls for they truly are our future!!! The dinosaurs like that senator will eventually become extinct. Thank you Michael for your infinite compassion for women and children who often have no voice.....even in our "modern" country.

Comment by Mar Elisei on January 5, 2013 at 11:39pm

Perdón...acabo de leer gracias a Dios que está viva!! No fue asesinada...perdón error en la traducción...Gracias a Dios!! Un verdadero ejemplo esta niña!!

con cariño, Mar

Comment by Mar Elisei on January 5, 2013 at 11:31pm

Si...realmente VALIENTE es el término...mis respetos hacia ella...estas son las cosas que a uno le hacen pensar en la vida...qué huellas dejamos cada uno...qué sentido tiene la vida para cada uno...y si esta niña no tuvo reparos en perderla a favor de otros...Dios me ha dado la gracia de conocer personas no como el caso de Malala, pero que todos los días dan mucho y todo diría de sí para aliviar o ayudar a personas en esta situación o en otras...es bueno esto que pones, porque los jóvenes y la sociedad toda esta escasa de modelos y ejemplos a seguir...y el caso de Malala de luchar por sus ideales es muy noble...ella como bien decís llega a ser héroe porque la asesinaron...esperemos que no se dé más esto...pero sí preguntarnos cada uno que estamos haciendo por transformar este mundo con más amor y con acciones buenas...eso redundaría en el beneficio de todos...gracias por compartir esto, porque vos al ser admirado por muchos fans también sos modelo o ejemplo...gracias porque entre todos debemos hacer un mundo más justo y más hermoso donde reine el amor y la paz...

Voy a extrañar un poco tus resoluciones y lindos comentarios, me voy por un tiempo...pero gracias a Dios a disfrutar de unas lindas y merecidas vacaciones, si puedo desde donde voy me conecto a ver si puedo saber algo de vos y de todos!! Un cariño para vos desde Argentina y saludos a todos, a los del Equipo MB y a todos los fans!! Un beso, Mar.

Comment by Anna Mason on January 5, 2013 at 8:59pm

I doubt many people would have her courage...very brave indeed.

 

Anna (in MO)

Comment by Barbara R on January 5, 2013 at 7:24pm
Malala is a very special person and very brave. You chose the most appropriate person in the world to be your hero. Atrocities will continue to exist in this world but with people like Malala and you Michael, it is hoped such atrocities will be reduced if not eliminated altogether.
Comment by Julia Karpinska on January 5, 2013 at 1:17pm

I am quite impressed she is so young but really brave! I am also happy that you are interested in the life of other people:)

You are also my hero because  you care about world affairs, that's really nice.

Comment by meggy on January 5, 2013 at 4:34am

And this is why I hate to watch the News! This world we live in is crazy! Everyone anywhere should be able to go to school! I hope she comes to America!

Mary (M&M's)!

Comment by Nic on January 4, 2013 at 9:51pm
Delete Comment
I truly hope her act of courage won't be forgotten and I wish her the power and wisdom to fulfill her dreams and become the exponent of all those girls that know in their little hearts that they should have the right to a better education and ultimately to a better life !
Comment by Jackie on January 4, 2013 at 8:34pm

Malala is a true inspiration ... may she continue to recover from her injuries and lead the fight for women in her country and others in similar plights throughout the world.  Bless you, as well as Malala, Michael.  Continue to make our spirits soar.  With love and affection to my favorite guy, always ...

© 2019   Created by Michael Bolton Admin.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service