Afterwards, she began earning her own money to pay for flying lessons.
Later on, she set many flight records and became the first woman to fly solo both ways across the United States.
She was described as a "tomboy" as a child, painfully different from other girls around her.
However, Earhart recognized herself as an individual.
However, through much hardship and danger, she completed the flight.
This was not only a mark in aviation history, it also proved to the world that women could accomplish great things.
Amelia Earhart lived a life brimming with adventure, but it was not in vain.
Her goal in life was not to be the best aviator or set the most records--it was to benefit humanity.
When they fail, their failure must be but a challenge to others"(Amelia Earhart).
Earhart's courage and optimism challenged people's expectations of women's rights and capabilities.