“Please know that I am quite aware of the hazards. Women must try to do things as men have tried. When they fail, their failure must be but a challenge to others.” — Amelia Earhart
Amelia Earhart’s trailblazing courage has inspired generations of women to accomplish their dreams. — “Women Will Save the World”
Amelia Earhart is one of those powerful historical figures many of us first learned about back in grade school. She is a true inspiration not only to women, but to strong-willed Americans all across the nation who dedicate themselves to pursuing their dreams even in times of real adversity.
Amelia Earhart set records in flying solo not only as a woman, but as a person too. Her mysterious disappearance has given her an aura of enigma, and it is clear that we, as a society, are still fascinated by Amelia Earhart, though it has been over 70 years since her last, ill-fated flight.
Some of her last words appear in the quote above. They were written in the last letter to her husband before her last flight. These words demonstrate a deeper knowing, a soulful understanding of just what it was she was doing. She was well aware of her life purpose. She knew that her accomplishments, as well as her failures, would be a guiding light to others. It is now up to us to honor her by taking up the challenge she has presented.
To learn more about how amazing women like Amelia Earhart have saved the world, order your copy of Women Will Save the World today!