The moment to getting up

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Title: The moment to getting up; The Impact of Women’s Empowerment on the World Today

Author: Melinda Gates

Translator: Ghazaleh Sabzian

Publisher: Atisa

Subject: Women – Social status / Women – Economic status

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 224

Language: Farsi

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The moment to getting up by Milenda Gates. The main idea of ​​the book is to make women aware of their mental and physical abilities and power.

Book of the moment of rising
In this book, Milenda Gates says that we all have everything we need to change, we just need to know more and get up.

Milenda Gates believes the world can and should be a better place. Gates wants to make positive changes. In the book, he has a sociological point of view and shares his ideals and dreams with the people of the world in a narrative language.

Milenda Gates considers women equal to men and the mainstay of society, and in this book she says that the secret of success in improving the world is to awaken women and make them aware that they can take over the world.
Gates believes that change begins with the details, so in The Moment of Rise he tries to change the reader’s view of his personal life and then of society and the world. He makes us aware of the qualities that are common to all of us, thereby encouraging us to rise up and make a difference in life.

About Melinda Gates
Milenda Gates is the wife of Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft. In 2013, she was recognized as the third most powerful woman in the world.

Helping others has been a constant concern of Milena Gates. This time, with the release of The Rise Moment, Milena Gates teaches fishing to others so that everyone can help themselves and grow as individuals.

The book of the moment of rising is suitable for whom
The Moment of Resurrection is a fascinating and effective book for people who are looking for success and effective change in the world.

To read sentences from the book, download the sample section of the book for free.

Sentences from the book Rise of the Moment
Equal education leads to empowerment; But unequal education does the opposite. Of all the divisive tools used to send people to the margins, unequal education is the most harmful and sustainable.

Schools will never be a cure for exclusion if there is no explicit effort to include everyone; They will be the reason.
However, despite the amazing benefits of girls’ education, more than 130 million girls worldwide still do not go to school. Reaching this number is often considered progress; But only because in the past the barriers for girls to go to school have been worse.

During my school days, there were far more boys than girls around the world. This difference was common in countries where children did not have to go to school.

Rise of the Moment: Changing the World by Empowering Women
Rising Moments: Changing the World by Empowering Women by Melinda Gates, a New York Times bestseller, contains compelling stories with the theme of equal rights for men and women for the advancement of society and the flourishing of women’s talents.

Melinda Gates means the moment of rising when human beings can ignore all false boundaries such as poverty, weakness, age, gender, religion, and love unconditionally.
It is in this way that other people are not abused and no one tries to use others as a tool for their advancement.

In a section of The Moment of Rise: Changing the World by Empowering Women, we read:
When talking to women in low-income countries, I realized that there is little difference in what we women want for ourselves and our children. We want security, health, happiness, good education, talent development, marriage, livelihood, love and being loved by our children, and we want to be healthy, nurture our talents, and share them in society.

A family planning program is very important to meet each of these needs, no matter what community the woman lives in.
Mina’s courage conveyed this message to me, and her suffering marked a turning point in my work. When someone tells me the bitter truth, I’m sure they’m talking about the pain of other people who do not have the courage, and that makes me listen more attentively, and then I realize with a little care that others may express the same problems a little more gently.

In this book, Milenda Gates says that we all have everything we need to change, we just need to know more and get up. Gates believes the world can and should be a better place. Gates wants to make positive changes. In his book, The Moment of Rise, he has a sociological perspective and shares his ideals and dreams with the people of the world in a narrative language.

The author considers women equal to men and the main pillar of society, and in this book he says that the secret of success in improving the situation in the world is to awaken women and make them aware that they can take over the world.
Gates believes that change begins with detail, so in The Moment of Rise he tries to change the reader’s view of his personal life and the dimension of society and the world. He makes us aware of the qualities that are common to all of us, thereby encouraging us to rise up and make a difference in life.

Book Abstract
Milenda Gates, the wife of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, was named the world’s third most powerful woman in 2013.

One of his constant concerns has been helping others. By publishing the book, he teaches others the moment of rising so that they can help themselves and seek growth and progress.

This book will be very attractive and effective for all those who are looking for success and effective change in the world. During her travels, Milenda met hundreds of millions of women who wanted to decide for themselves when to have children; But they could not.

In addition, there are many other rights and privileges that women and girls are denied: the right to decide when and with whom to marry, the right to go to school, to earn money, to work outside the home, to walk in Outside the home, spending their own money and… all these rights are denied to women in some parts of the world.
Sometimes these rights are prohibited by law; But even when the law allows these rights, women are often denied them because of cultural prejudice. Milena Gates’s journey as a women’s advocate began with family planning. But he quickly realized that supporting family planning alone was not enough.

He had to support women, and he soon realized that if women were to equalize their position with that of men, they could not get their rights one by one or step by step; Rather, they become empowered when they demand their rights in groups.

Another part of the text of the book
The progress made by sending girls like Sauna to school is amazing for those girls, their families and their communities. When you send a girl to school, that good deed never dies;

Rather, generations continue to advance public welfare, from health to economic gain, gender equality, and national prosperity. These are just a few of the benefits we have gained from research. Sending girls to school leads to more literacy, higher salaries, faster income growth and more productive agriculture.

It reduces premarital sex, reduces the chances of early marriage, delays the first delivery, and helps mothers plan how many and when to have children.
Educated mothers perform better in nutrition, vaccination, and other tasks necessary to raise healthy children. Half of the achievements of children surviving in the last two decades can be attributed to the achievements of sending mothers to school.

Among mothers who have gone to school, the probability of sending their children to school is twofold. Girls’ education can have transformative effects on women’s health, empowerment and economic development; But we do not yet know the exact cause.
What happens in the minds and lives of girls that leads to these benefits? Are the changes due to literacy, role modeling and learning practice or just leaving home? Many of the main claims I have heard have a compelling intuitive meaning: Women who are literate are better able to run the health care system.

The school helps girls learn how to explain their families’ health issues to health care providers.

Book Standing Moment Book
We are not usually honest about what happens. If we are inside and we see someone outside, we usually say to ourselves, “I am not in that situation because I am different.” But this is just your pride. We can easily be in that person’s place.

We have everything in us; We just do not like to admit what we have in common with strangers, because it is very humble. This shows that success and failure may not be entirely fair, and if you know you got the better part, then you have to be humble and hard to let go of your sense of superiority and say:
“I’m not better than others.” So instead, we make excuses for the need to remove our inner selves. We say it is a matter of merit or tradition; While we are only protecting our superiority and pride.

The moment is an urgent invitation to courage. This book changed my view of myself, my family, my job, and dozens of other things in the world. Melinda combines a bold and sensitive storytelling with reasoned information to turn it into a rare book that you will keep in your heart and mind long after reading its last page.

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