In 2012, I read a headline I won’t forget: “14 year old education advocate shot by Taliban for going to school.” I was enraged reading the article, but as I got busy I forgot about the story and continued my day answering emails.
Then I started to think: if I cared so much, why wasn’t I doing something about it?
When a terrible event happens in the world, it generates energy: sometimes rage, despair, even a sense of disempowerment.
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On October 9, 2012, I had just returned to my New York City apartment in between classes at Columbia Business School when I saw the headlines: “Taliban Gun Down Girl Who Spoke Up for Rights.” Enraged and hopeless, I felt that the wo...