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20 phrases of Michelle Obama on peace, equality and life

20 phrases of Michelle Obama on peace, equality and life

Michelle Obama phrases

Michelle Obama Vaughn Robinson is a lawyer, writer and the wife of the 44th president of the United States, Barack Obama. She has been the first African-American woman who has come to First Lady of the United States. Through her speeches, acts and initiatives, she has become a model for women and an advocate for families, education and healthy living. Today we wanted to bring you some of his best phrases so you can enjoy them.

Michelle Obama's famous quotes

You cannot make decisions based on fear and the possibility of what may happen.

It doesn't matter what difficulties or obstacles get in your way; I want you to study what you want, study to make a difference in the world.

Success is only meaningful and enjoyable if it feels like your own.

Being president does not change who you are; Reveal what you are.

How hard you work matters more than how much you do.

One of the lessons I grew up with was to always remain true to myself and not let what someone else said distract me from my goals. So, when I hear negative and false attacks on me, I try not to invest any energy in them, because I know who I am.

Just do what works for you, because there will always be someone who thinks differently ...

If my future was determined simply by my performance on a standardized test, I would not be here now, I guarantee it.

You cannot always have a comfortable life and you will not always be able to solve all problems, but you should not underestimate your importance, because history has shown us that courage can be contagious and hope can have a life of its own.

I know what it feels like to fight to get the education you want and need.

With every word we speak, with every action we take, we know that our children are watching us. We as parents are your most important role models.

The real change comes from having enough confidence to be really honest and be able to say something very uncomfortable.

The teacher asked my brother “what career do you want to study?”, But I asked myself “what kind of man do you want to marry?”

We must always have three friends in our lives. He who walks ahead, we admire and follow; he who walks by our side, who is with us every step of our journey; and then, the one who approaches after we have cleared the road.

The problem is when the matter of fun becomes a habit. And I think that is what has happened in our culture. Fast food has become daily food.

There are still many causes worth sacrificing, many things left to do.

My mother's love has always been the sustaining force of our family, and one of my greatest joys is to see her integrity, her compassion and her intelligence reflected in my daughters.

I have seen how the problems that arise at a president's table are always the toughest, the problems to which no amount of data or numbers can give the correct answer.

At the end of the day, my most important title is still that of mother. My daughters are still the center of my heart and my world.

I am so tired of fear. And I don't want my girls to live in a country, in a world, based on fear.

I want a president who serves the people, someone whose work shows our children not to pursue fame and fortune for themselves: we fight for everyone to have the opportunity to succeed.

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