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Michelle Obama Tells You Why Education is More Important than Temptation

  • JWB Post
  •  October 2, 2015

 Michelle Obama, the perfect combination of beauty with brains is here to talk to you about your voice of reason, woman! On September 29th in New York City, it was the event of Glamour’s “The Power of an Educated Girl”.

She addressed about 1000 school children at the event and even raised awareness about her 62 Million Girls campaign. Schoolgirls are always fascinated to be with their prince charming! They are conscious about how they look at school, if their hairstyle is good enough and in the midst of these fantasies, get lost in the tempting world.

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 29:  (L - R) Julia Gillard, Charlize Theron, Michelle Obama, Nurfahada, and Cindi Leive attend "Let Girls Learn" Global Conversation at The Apollo Theater on September 29, 2015 in New York City.  (Photo by Bennett Raglin/WireImage)

NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 29: (L – R) Julia Gillard, Charlize Theron, Michelle Obama, Nurfahada, and Cindi Leive attend “Let Girls Learn” Global Conversation at The Apollo Theater on September 29, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Bennett Raglin/WireImage)

“There is no boy at this age that is cute enough or interesting enough to stop you from getting your education,” she said.

She validated it by adding, “If I had worried about who liked me and who thought I was cute when I was your age, I wouldn’t be married to the president of the United States today!”

Wow! She received dense cheers and high five from panellist Charlize Theron. The first lady further opened up by saying that for her every girl deserves the chance that she and her daughters have received.

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