Here’s Why Michelle Obama Will be Missed

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Michelle Obama- the world knows her as first lady of United State of America, but she is no less than a role model for young girls. Not only she is the lady of class, style and substance but also encourages young girls to focus on education, health and wellness of one self. She is the real face of hard work, integrity and achieving success on her own will. From a daughter of a janitor to attending Harvard Law School and to becoming the wife of Barack Obama, she has been outspoken on social issues. A reporter once asked her, how she feels being married to the president of United States. Her answer was simple; He is lucky that I married him. Talk about the luck that Michelle bought with her.

Her recent speech at the democratic convention consisted of focusing and shaping the children of America and how the racist speeches by follow leaders could result in hatred and discrimination. She said that Barack Obama and her words or actions matter not just to their girls, but also to children across the country. Her speech stunned million of people worldwide and left some delegates weeping.She further quoted , “I wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves” It clearly indicated that she doesn’t take her status for granted.



Apart from her political activism, she promotes social activism like healthy eating. She is confident and elegant in her style and body image. She wears dresses elegantly on every occasion. She quoted that women learn to balance different things from the time they are children and gave an example of how she raised her daughters with the empowering ideology. Michelle believed that the depth of the thoughts and emotional empathy arms women with the skills to juggle different priorities later in life, that’s why women are much better when it comes to balance priorities in life.


Michelle Obama quoted,

“One of the lessons that I grew up with was to always stay true to yourself and never let what somebody else says distract you from your goals. And so when I hear about negative and false attacks, I really don’t invest any energy in them, because I know who I am”

Who knows, she might be the future president of United States of America.


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