The writer feels conflicted because she has to wear the Hijab. She does not really want to wear this on her head but she knows she must because of her religion. I think the writer feels a little jealous due to the fact the men do not have to wear anything covering there head. When the writer gets yelled at by a woman for wearing her Hijab wrong I believe it angers her and she really does not want to wear it, just for that fact. Something I struggle with in my own life is my job. I don't necessarily like what I am doing, but I know that it helps me pay for school and other things I need. Also my job helps me to get good experience working with other people and I know that it will be good for me in the long run.
My favorite passage was from The Revolution of Spirit (1991). On page 637 the author writes that her mother was a person who wanted peaceful means for democratic change. "The quintessential revolution is that of the spirit," and she has written of the "essential spiritual aims" of the struggle. The realization of this depends solely on human responsibility. At the root of that responsibility lies, and I quote, "the concept of perfection, the urge to achieve it, the intelligence to find a push towards it, and the will to follow that path, if not till the end , at least the distance needed to rise above individual limitation..." I think this passage is very deep and it shows how passionately she cared about the change around her.