10 inspirational quotes from the world's most famous women
The whole world is moving towards equality. The rights, responsibilities and status of women in society are gradually returning to the same position as men. Not only the political arena, women today are able to master, cultivate and cultivate their own companies, but also take care of their families and children. Women have now become the most influential people in society and are gradually contributing to the peace of the world.
Eleanor Roosevelt is the spouse of US President Franklin D. Roosevelt and is considered one of the most talented women in American history as a humanitarian and professional social activist. She is known for being a dynamic and active person always caring about the situation of the poor. She struggled for human rights abuses, including African-American and Asian-American groups.
Malala Yousafzai was born and raised in Swat District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan; a daughter of a Sunni-based Pastun family. She has been involved in the protection of children's rights since she was very young. At the age of 11, the little girl became the lead character in a documentary when she read a harsh speech condemning the Taliban military’s closure of a school for girls in the Swat Valley. In 2005, Malala Yousafzai (17 years old) was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, the youngest Nobel laureate and second Pakistani Nobel laureate.
Aung San Suu Kyi
Aung San Suu Kyi was born on June 19, 1945 in Rangoon (now Yangon). She was the daughter of Myanmar hero, Aung San, who founded the modern Myanmar army and negotiated independence from England in 1947. Aung San Suu Kyi, the leader of Myanmar's Opposition Party, has long been a symbol of peace in front of the military government when she was detained at her home for 15 years.
J. K. Rowling (July 31, 1965) is a British novelist and author of “Harry Potter” novel - one of the best-selling books of all time. Before becoming a man who is admired by whole world today, she was once a poor woman who was abandoned by her husband and had to lean on the desk all day to make a living.
Simone De Beauvoir
Simone de Beauvoir is a writer, philosopher, and advocate for the interests of French women. Her influence on the women's movement was so great that French President François Mitterrand also praised her as one of the master culture pioneers opening directions for the era. It is said that she is a political activist who has changed the political and intellectual life of Western women in the twentieth century.
Mother Teresa is an Albanian Roman Catholic nun and founder of the Missionaries of Charity to help the needy in the streets of Calcutta in the 1950s. In 1979, Mother Teresa was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize as a tribute to her humanitarian work.
Margaret Thatcher - "Steel Woman" was the first woman to become the only British prime minister and the longest-serving woman in the 20th century. The term "Thatcherism" is used to refer to policies advocating for personal liberty and the dissolution of the class that divided Britain over the centuries.
Ellen, full name Ellen Lee DeGeneres was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Specifically about the television show - Talk show Ellen - is a phenomenon of American television. The program has now gone through 10 seasons and attracted about 3 million followers each. From the start, the program won an Emmy and 13 Daytime Emmy Awards. In addition, she also won 11 awards by the audience vote. By being listed on Hollywood Walk of Fame on September 4, 2009, Ellen has become the number one American powerful star.
Michelle Obama was born January 17, 1964, in South Side, Chicago. She is the spouse of US President Barack Obama and entered the top 10 most powerful women in the world in 2015 voted by Forbes magazine. Lady Michelle Obama has always been considered the most important figure in the career of President Barack Obama.
Oprah Winfrey was born on January 29, 1954, the first daughter of an unmarried couple in Kosciusko, Mississippi. The queen of conversations, media tycoon and man of humanity are the names that people always remember when talking about Oprah Winfrey. This woman doesn’t only symbolize the power of the American entertainment industry but also symbolizes the rise of non-stop and extraordinary effort.
By: Roxana Edwards