Michelle Obama back with second book titled, “The Light We Carry”

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The Light We Carry- A new book is coming. Author Michelle Obama is ready with her second book that is going to be released on November 15, 2022.

The second book will offer readers a series of original stories and thoughtful thoughts on change, challenge, and power. According to a statement issued by Obama’s staff, the lady will soon publish her critically acclaimed memoir, which won a Grammy award.

Drawing on her experiences as a mother, daughter, wife, friend, and first lady, she said, “She discusses the habits and principles she has effectively adjusted and overcome numerous hurdles the gained knowledge that enables her continues to becoming”.

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She shared with the example; she should “start gentle,” “get high,” and surround oneself with a select group of good friends and mentors, or a “kitchen table.”

The anticipated page-turner attempts to bring readers together so that they might create paths for advancement despite the face of difficulties and difficulties.

Obama said while revealing her book, “I’ve learned it’s good to realise that self-worth comes wrapped in vulnerability, and that what we share as humans in this world is the drive to strive for better, constantly and no matter what.”

She continued, “Our boldness and brilliance increase. Knowing your light means understanding who you are. In an honest sense, you are aware of your own story.”

The foundation of everything, according to her, is the ability to communicate meaningfully with people. She said, “Self-knowledge generates confidence, which in turn produces tranquillity and the capacity to retain perspective.

“I am convinced that the latest book will give all of us some desperately needed comfort while reviving a feeling of optimism about the potential we are all holding to effectively alter our individual and societal destiny,” she concluded.

In the announcement, she talked about the current topics related to race, gender, and visibility, urging readers to fight through fear, find hope in society, and live without courage.

Penguin Random House is thrilled to join with Michelle Obama once more and to assist in bringing her remarkable narrative and earned wisdom to readers globally, according to Markus Dohle, CEO of the publishing company, under whose auspices the book will be published.

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