Aung San Suu Kyi Free

In the chapter in No Ceiling, No Walls where I discuss the importance of living your values I highlight Nobel Peace Prize winner, Aung San Suu Kyi because she has steadfastly held to and her commitment to non-violence and action for democracy.

I'm delighted to report that after 7 and a half years under house arrest,  she has been released by the military junta in control of the government of Burma/Myanmar.
"If we work in unity, we will achieve our goal. We have a lot of things to do," she told the well-wishers, who quickly swelled to as many as 5,000. Speaking briefly in Burmese, she said they would see each other again Sunday at the headquarters of her political party."
You will find a short photo history about her here.

I bow to and honor her inspiring example. Seeing the admiration of the throngs for whom she is a symbol makes me teary.
Lead ON!
Susan Colantuono is CEO of Leading Women and author of No Ceiling, No Walls.  Follow her on Twitter.

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Susan Colantuono said...

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All the best in your career.

Lead ON!

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