These legendary women will set an example that they are righteously equal to men in any quality, from technology to fighting for the society.
“Marie Curie is of all celebrated beings, the only one whom fame has not corrupted” – Albert Einstein
The Polish-French noblewoman was the First person to have received two Nobel prices, first in Physics for her study in spontaneous radiation and the second one was in Chemistry for her work in radioactivity.
“Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love” – Mother Teresa
Originally from Macedonia, Mother Teresa was a Catholic Nun. This angel born on the earth to speak love was rewarded with Nobel Peace prize in 1979, for her struggle to overcome poverty and distress that constitutes as a threat to peace. She spend majority of her life in India and also worked on International charities at countries Lebanon, Armenia and Ethiopia.
“Dead people receive more flowers than the living ones because the regret is stronger than gratitude” – Anne Frank
Anne Marie Frank was a diarist, writer and one of the most discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust. In 1940, when Nazis occupied the Netherlands, her family spent two years hiding in an annex where Annie wrote various notes as means of self-expression and self-preservation. Anny passed away weeks before the war ended. Her diary published as “The diary of young girl”, was an intimate and magnificent opus of both adolescence and the Holocaust and later regarded as a classic war literature.
“If you’re feeling helpless, help someone” – Aung San Suu Kyi
She is the daughter of Myanmar’s independence hero, General Aung San. Inspiring from the non-violent campaigns of US civil rights leader Martin Luther King and India’s Gandhi, She organised peaceful democratic reform and free elections. She received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991 and has been the world’s most prominent political prisoners, having been house arrested for almost 15 years.
“Life is too short to spend worrying about people who opposed you” – Benazir Bhutto
This “Daughter of the East” was a political activist from a young age and founded an underground organisation to resist the military dictatorship. In 1988, She become the First women prime minister of the country at Just 35 and one of the youngest ministers in the world. She built schools all over the country and made hunger, housing and healthcare as her top priorities. She was assassinated at a rally in 2007.
Her legacy in women empowerment and promoting democracy makes her the best role model for any person to reach and achieve much far ahead of your “limits”.