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  Malala’s Speech QA  Keshabi Baral 1.   What are some specific things that Malala said that makes you think she is morally reasoning at the postconventional level? What makes you think this? “ Today is the day of every woman, every boy and every girl who have raised their voice for their rights." When she said this, she is morally reasoning at the postconventional level because her moral development is to that point where she can see what her country is lacking. She took the responsibility to speak for those who cannot speak and who are underprivileged of their rights, education and equality, regardless of expectations of other. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2.   What are some of the end values and instrumental values Malala spoke about? Some of the end value she spoke are right to live in peace, right to be treated with dignity, right to equality of opportunity, right to be educated and those who inspire her to action. Some instrumental values are her strength, power to speak, courage she got after the recovery from gunshot. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3.   How has Malala shown courage? Malala knew that the extremists are against women’s empowerment, girl’s education and voice of equality. She has mentioned in her speech saying that, “Taliban killed 14 innocent medical students, many female teachers, polio workers and blasting schools eve ry day”. She did not rely on any one to represent those voices of innocence who are deprived of education and equality rights in her country, Pakistan. She got shot on left side of her head and with the mercy of god get cured. When she got recovered, she got the strength, power and ambitions to represent for the cause for the destitute in the countries, who need basic rights. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4.   Finally, after listening to Malala, do you think she is a moral leader? Summarize why or why not.  Malala’s Speech QA  Keshabi Baral Yes, Malala is a true moral leader. She mentioned in her speech about distinguishing right from wrong and how education would make people doing things right. She provoked that her voice would be for the people who were deprived of peace, dignity, equality of opportunity and education. These are the qualities in her seeking for justice. When she mentioned about not fighting  back with Taliban with a gun and preferring to follow the path of non-violence at the critical wounded stage too, she had shown her honesty. Being a Pakistani girl, she focuses problems in other underdeveloped countries like Nigeria, India and Afghanistan, where there is child labor,  poverty, ignorance, injustice, racism and the deprivation of basic rights. All these qualities show that Malala has good character and is a moral leader, who wishes education is the only solution to change the world. When Malala said she even don’t hate the Talib, who shot her because she knew that the shooter did that due to his illiteracy and ignorance. Her compassion, the philosophy of non-violence and the forgiveness that she has learned from her parents make her peaceful and love everyone. Here she has shown the capacity of distinguishing right from wrong. Malala in her speech said, “I speak  -not for myself, but for all girls and boys. I raise up my voice- not so that I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard”. She addresses the issues of Islamic girls, who are deprived of right to live in peace, treated with dignity, equality of opportunity and right to be educated. Also, Malala talked about the Islam, a religion of peace and Pakistan, peace loving democratic country. Malala clearly mentioned that terrorists are misusing the name of Islam, which means religion of peace, humanity and brotherhood. “ Islam says that it is not only each child's right to get education, rather it is their duty and responsibility ” But, they were bur  ning down schools, killing students and what not. Malala’s focus was on women’s rights and girls’ education for they are utmost sufferer. Women need to be empowered for being independent to fight for themselves. Then only the society will get changed. The affluent nations should come up to help the developing countries for free quality education. She also requested all the governments to fight against terrorism and violence, to protect children from brutality and harm. Her voice of peace, education for all and solidarity to  be heard so that the world should be a better place to live.  Malala’s Speech QA  Keshabi Baral With her powerful speech, I do believe that Malala is a true moral leader, who could: “distinguish between what is right from wrong and doing right, seeking the just, honest an d good in the practice of leadership”. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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