I saw a documentary movie called “He Named Me Malala”. It’s about Malala’s fight to send females to school then they can get an education in her hometown. Also, more about her report, including her recovery when she was shot in the head at fourteen-years-old. Every school was destroyed in her hometown due to the fact that females wanted to go to school. It was a total heartbreak. Malala has acquired many awards and became as inspiration to the world. I’ve read her memoir and hear more about her story. She and her family is now surviving in England. Malala now has a beneficial education. There’s people in her hometown said that if she’s going back they’ll shoot her once more. It’s good that Malala has a safe home. Especially when she accepts to have surgery and recovered in a hospital in England. In the documentary it was established that she has a bookshelf full of books in her room. She mentioned that she possessed to do lots of homework, and it seems like she didn’t mind. The book, documentary, articles, and many appearances, shows how strong this new woman had overcome throughout her journey. Malala really had a brilliant future ahead.
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My name is Jessica. I enjoy reading, especially when I had nothing to do. I use an e-reader since the summer of 2011. The reason I use an e-reader not because of saving trees is because I don't want to wait too long to buy a book. I still read paper books every so often. I love listening to music. I listen to all sorts of music except for violence and foul language. I like to journal a lot. Journaling will be one of the main subjects to write about on here. I like to meditate because it relaxes my mind. I like yoga because it soothes my body, mind, and helps with my flexibility. I'll will also will write about some of my hobbies, examples, tips, and other things. Hoping to look for at the things I'm going to write about. View all posts by Jessica Milliner