Thursday, December 11, 2014

The Nobel Peace Prize Winners

Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai
For the year 2014 - The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded jointly to Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi - "for their struggle against the dominance of children and for the right of all children to education".

At this moment, I’m completely running out of words to write on their great success, the struggle that they've shouldered and the example they've set for the world - because, when seventeen year old girl can make history, why can’t we/other?  It’s high time to reflect upon the work she has done by even sacrificing her own life to benefit the forgotten child for education and their right. So, what I can just say is – 'congratulations and hats-off for winning the greatest prize'.

Indeed, their move was simply to help all children around the world for human right. Perhaps, they've set wise steps for the children's right for education and proud to see both of them too working against child labor. So, at this time they've best felt the need of right education and what education can do for human survival?

They've also given the identity to every forgotten child for claiming their right shares of education. Their main idea is just to encourage every parent to send their child to school for education. –because they've felt education would lessen poverty level and child labor in every family. Thus, what they felt was with education one can easily stand good life; voice-out their right and can make life worth living.     

In short, both of their concepts are simply to raise the level of good living, importance of education/what education does and right to claim for equal shares of life. 

Therefore, I would like to 'thank' both of them for the noblest initiative man ever can take. So, I want to see both of them continuing their work on till everyone in the society become self-independent and I'll always remain indebted for their philosophy of life. 

6 comments:

  1. Their purpose of life was already accomplished, and they have every reason to occupy this planet. And if every people of this planet endeavors for the same target, this world would be much happier than paradise.

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  2. In winning the top honour, the underprivileged children especially girls and women have won too. They are both deserving winners.

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  3. That's what we can call them now as childs leaders n supporters...thanks for visiting

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  4. They have done their job and I only wish if the world is full of kind and honest people.

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  5. let's us see their way of life further...thanks

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