Top 5 Women who created a Big Ripple Of Better Change.
Let's peak in the near and far history and see some of the incredible women who actually created a big ripple of better change, spreading through humanity to heal the wounded and transform it in to something beautiful. These remarkable ladies prove that you don't need to be in a specific field, time or environment to make a difference to the world in this lifetime. <3 #NezBling #BeTheBetterChange
1, "Everyone needs to be valued. Everyone has the potential to give something back." - Diana (1961-1997), Princess of Wales
Princess Diana was a well-loved "people's princess". She devoted her life to charity work; she led a noble Peace Prize-winning campaign to ban landmines.
2, "Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at heart." - Anne Frank (1929-1945)
During her stay in Netherlands while hiding from the German forces, Anne Frank, a young Jewish girl, was gifted a diary by her father when she was 13. However, her diary was published after her death in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp at the age of 15. The diary served as a unique eye-witness account of life during Holocaust (mass murder of approximately six million Jews during World War II) and it became one of the world's most read books. Her diary was like a candle of light in the darkness. Her words healed many.
3, "Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love." - Mother Teresa (1910-1997)
Mother Teresa, the Nobel Peace Prize winner (1979), aimed at looking after those who had nobody to look after them through her own order "The Missionaries of Charity". She worked tirelessly towards her goal until her ill-health - that included two heart attacks, pneumonia and malaria - forced her to step down in March 1997, following which she took her last breath in September 1997.
4, "Be thankful for what you have; you'll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don't have, you will never, ever have enough." - Oprah Winfrey (1954)
Influential talk show host, author, philanthropist, actress and media personality. Oprah Winfrey has played a key role in modern American life, shaping cultural trends and promoting various liberal causes. Through her talk shows and books, she has focused on many issues facing American women. She has been an important role model for women, breaking down many invisible barriers.
5, "There are still many causes worth sacrificing for, so much history yet to be made." - Michelle Obama (1964)
Michelle Obama, was raised in a one bedroom apartment in Chicago before she went on to excel in academics and study at Princeton and Harvard. She is considered the most stylish leading lady after Jackie Kennedy. As a first lady she changed the school meal plan to fight childhood obesity in america. The effort culminated in 2010 with the passage of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, which allowed the U.S. Agriculture Department to set new nutritional standards for all food sold in schools for the first time in more than 30 years.