Who am I as a Just Leader? Eva Bonassi 6.3

My Just Leader idol is Malala Yousafzai. She was born July 12, 1997. Malala is a children's activist and a women's activist. Even as a young girl, Malala stood up for women's rights and demanded that girls in Taliban allowed to recieve education. When she was walking home from school once, she got shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in 2012, fortunately, Malala survived the attack. She has won many awards for her actions and words like the Nobel Peace Prize that she recieved on 10 December, 2014. Taliban began attacking girls schools Malala then gave a speech in September 2008.

Malala Yousafzai

One God given talent that I have is leading a group or a team. I can demonstrate working relationships with others around me and can lead a group with respect and pride. This shows Just Leadership in the Spiritual works of mercy (instruction; empowering others). Another one is public speaking, in some areas I can improve but altogether I can speak confidently infront of others.

I need to focus on including others ideas more to make my ideas the best they can be. Also I need to work on agreeing to others ideas that aren't my own. In my public speaking areas , I think I need to use more space other than standing in one spot the whole time and I also need to be more relaxed before I'm about to speak.

Education is a Good Idea

I think the most important value is to be loving because loving can be based on many other qualities and values. Trust, forgiveness, kindness, compassion, honesty and many others. You also love your family and friends so love is a big part in your life.

I could live God's dream by encouraging everyone to do the right thing and to respect others and everything. I can motivate others to show love and have a vision for eveyone. I would be humble, trustworthy and would want to help everyone.

Waiting for the World

This could guide me in may actions by tolerating others and learning how to love one another. I could also follow the Golden Rule and the Ten Commandments as well.

I could show Noah's actions in my daily life by having faith in God and others and doing what God says to do. The key messages in Noah's story is that God is forgiving (by making a rainbow as a sign that he won't do it again) and sorry and to have faith and believe in God.

Noah and his Ark

This is who I am as a Christian Leader

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