Today we're talking about a possible Twin Soul relationship that has been in recent news. I'm talking about Malala, the Pakistani girl who stood up for her right to get an education and was shot in the face by some fundamentalist thugs. She survived, and, according to a movie about her ("He Named Me Malala"), the first thing she said when she awoke from life-saving surgery in England was, "Where is my father?"
This is no ordinary father-daughter relationship. From an early age, he believed in her ability to do anything she chose, and, in his words, "I never clipped her wings." This empowerment helped her to stand up for herself, even at a great cost.
Her father described their relationship as "like one soul in two bodies." It is indeed possible that this is a Twin Soul relationship, with one supporting the other to fulfill her role as a symbol of females' rights to education.
Bravo and brava.