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"And also I didn't want my future to be just sitting in a room and be imprisoned in my four walls and just cooking and giving birth to children. I didn't want to see my life in that way." ~ Malala Yousafzai
"Pakistanis can't trust. They've seen in history that people, particularly politicians, are corrupt. And they're misguided by people in the name of Islam. They're told: 'Malala is not a Muslim, she's not in purdah, she's working for America.'" ~ Malala Yousafzai
"Our Butkara ruins were a magical place to play hide-and-seek. Once some foreign archaeologists arrived to do some work there and told us that in times gone by it was a place of pilgrimage, full of beautiful temples domed with gold where Buddhist kings lay buried. My father wrote a poem, "The Relics of Butkara," which summed up perfectly how temple and mosque could exist side by side: "When the voice of truth rises from the minarets, / The Buddha smiles, / And the broken chain of history reconnects." ~ Malala Yousafzai
"I wasn't scared, but I had started making sure the gate was locked at night and asking God what happens when you die." ~ Malala Yousafzai
"The Taliban could take our pens and books, but they couldn't stop our minds from thinking." ~ Malala Yousafzai
"I was ten when the Taliban came to our valley. Moniba and I had been reading the Twilight books and longed to be vampires. It seemed to us that the Taliban arrived in the night just like vampires...These were strange-looking men with long straggly hair and beards and camouflage vests over their shalwar kamiz, which they wore with the trousers well above the ankle. They had jogging shoes or cheap plastic sandals on their feet, and sometimes stockings over their heads with holes for their eyes, and they blew their noses dirtily into the ends of their turbans..." ~ Malala Yousafzai
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De verveling die de doorsnee mens in zichzelf tracht te compenseren en te verdringen; de schrik van iemand die over de dood nadenkt."
Author: Albert Camus

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