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Lilly Singh Advice on How You Can Help The World

Superwoman on how you can become a superwoman (or man)!

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Lilly Singh who used to be known as Superwoman is a woman of many traits. Though she has let the title go, she is still a superwoman in our hearts. The Canadian Indian YouTuber has expanded her expertise through the entire entertainment industry. She started her career on YouTube where she now has over 3 billion views. Her subscriber base is also reaching about 15 million. Her latest venture is her serving as the first-ever female to host to a late-night talk show. The woman is a comedian, actress, hostess and also, an influencer. With the New Year’s fuss and resolution, Lilly Singh focuses gives followers a tip on how they can contribute to better our world.

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Whenever I’m feeling lost in life, I go back into my camera roll and relive moments like this from the Maasai Mara dancing with my sisters. We live worlds apart but are still able to bond over universal love languages like music. Here are some of my favourite moments meeting girls from around the world, specifically Kenya, India and Ecuador. Travelling and experiencing all these different realities is such a privilege that I’m grateful for. Admittedly, for a long time I struggled to deal with the contrast between our existence. I’ve never really spoken about this but after my first trip to Kenya, I had no desire to come home and have a birthday party or go out for drinks or even buy new clothes. Everything felt like too much of a privilege and I didn’t know how to navigate my own experience anymore. I would compare every personal purchase to how much that money would mean to a community of girls elsewhere. But here’s the mind map I’m currently working with: we can’t solve every problem but we need to at least try to help where we can. I believe we’re all born with a specific chip on our shoulder and I use that term in a positive way. By chip I mean, some reality we faced that has in turn sparked a desire to fight for a cause. If you were born in a war torn country, you probably feel strongly about peace, politics and violence. If you faced poverty, you probably have a strong desire to help those struggling to make ends meet. If you were discriminated against for being part of the LGBTQ+ community, you probably feel it in your bones when you read about transgender hate crimes. These can be viewed as harsh realities or as superpowers. Use your passion and fight for whatever cause speaks to your heart but just choose SOMETHING to fight for because our brothers and sisters and animals and environment (etc) need our love and care. This year, my cause is to help even more young girls get the opportunities they deserve. Also, via simply being myself and speaking about my experiences, I hope to continue pushing forward the convo around mental health and living your truth 🌈. What’s your cause? How will you use your superpower? We’re in this together 🙏🏽❤️

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Lilly Singh’s and her work educating girls

The post features her favorite moments from meeting girls she has helped educate. Last year, Lilly teamed up with ME to WE to provide education to girls in India, Ecuador, and Kenya. She partnered with the countries to help empower girls as part of her #GirlLove initiative. In a span of 2 years, Lilly has turned her life around by following a simple trick.

Everything felt like too much of a privilege and I didn’t know how to navigate my own experience anymore. I would compare every personal purchase to how much that money would mean to a community of girls elsewhere.

However, Lilly also realizes the fact that we cannot solve everything. We definitely need to play our part in making this world a better place – but we can’t better the entire world all by ourselves. She then goes on to advise her 9.1 million Instagram followers.

Here’s Superwoman’s advice to all of us

 I believe we’re all born with a specific chip on our shoulder and I use that term in a positive way. By chip I mean, some reality we faced that has in turn sparked a desire to fight for a cause. If you were born in a war torn country, you probably feel strongly about peace, politics and violence. (Or) if you faced poverty, you probably have a strong desire to help those struggling to make ends meet. If you were discriminated against for being part of the LGBTQ+ community, you probably feel it in your bones when you read about transgender hate crimes.

The importance of realizing what your chip is high. It defines what you feel most strongly about. Lilly Singh whats you to take your chip and use it to play your part in helping those around you.

Use your passion and fight for whatever cause speaks to your heart but just choose SOMETHING to fight for because our brothers and sisters and animals and environment (etc) need our love and care.

Lilly Singh is starting the year off with a beautiful message to us all. The world has too many problems right now and could use every little good that we can contribute.

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