Audrey Hepburn was a British actress, model, dancer and most importantly, humanitarian. Hepburn was active during Hollywood's Golden Age and possibly most recognized for her role as Holly Golightly in 1961's Breakfast at Tiffany's.
In her younger years she helped the resistance during World War II and like millions of others, nearly starved in Holland when the Nazis cut off food supplies. While Audrey Hepburn is best known for the parts she played on the silver screen, her most admirable work, and the part she was most fond of was being a humanitarian.
Even after falling down, she refused to turn a blind eye and accept the atrocities she witnessed around her. Audrey Hepburn taught us how to get back up gracefully. She used her wealth and later her fame to give back to humanity, especially to children and mothers in developing countries.
She was a shinning example of how one woman can positively impact the world. If Hepburn were here today to give you advice, she would remind you that you're fabulous and to go be an advocate for yourself, but then most importantly, for other women. Because, as Hepburn would say: we all have two hands, one for helping ourselves, but another for helping others.
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