What you think…

Friday - - Letters - MAITHILI RAN­GARA­JAN, VIA EMAIL ANN BRI­JITH JOHN, STU­DENT, GEMS OUR OWN ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL JENISE JAMES, VIA EMAIL

Iabsolutely loved the in­ter­view with Zainab Ma­lik – a wife, mother and a mar­tial arts ex­pert who un­der­went de­mand­ing train­ing in China. could not help but ad­mire her will to re­alise her dream de­spite op­po­si­tion from her own mother.

She is a role model to all those women who after mar­riage give up on their dreams and ded­i­cate their days and nights to their fam­i­lies, only to carry a cer­tain re­gret in their hearts for op­por­tu­ni­ties missed.

I hope that after read­ing this ar­ti­cle th­ese women will re­alise that if they are not happy with their own sit­u­a­tion they will not be able to nur­ture a happy, whole­some fam­ily. should support such causes and change peo­ple’s lives in a pos­i­tive way. All of us have the po­ten­tial to make this world a bet­ter place and we should work to­wards this.

The En­ergy For Old Fadama team’s ini­tia­tive to use sus­tain­able so­lar en­ergy and pro­vide em­ploy­ment to the women in­spired me to do some­thing sim­i­lar to help the needy. I hope the ar­ti­cle in­spires many oth­ers to step out of their com­fort zones and work to­wards cre­at­ing a bet­ter world.

Thank you, Fri­day, for pub­lish­ing such an in­spi­ra­tional ar­ti­cle and I hope you con­tinue to do so.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UAE

© PressReader. All rights reserved.