One of the world’s most influential and inspirational women is Michelle Obama. For a brief docuseries event, the talk show host Oprah Winfrey and the former First Lady of the United States exchanged ideas about love, life, and relationships.
The 59-year-old attorney and author of “The Light We Carry,” which is based on her second book, “The Light We Carry,” appears on Netflix’s “The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times.
The non-fiction book was published last year on November 15 by Crown Publishing and went on to become a #1 New York Times and USA Today bestseller. Netflix’s special docuseries which was released on April 25, 2023, features Obama and Winfrey in a candid chat about life.
For a special occasion filled with hearty laughs, personal stories, hard-earned wisdom, and practical advice, Michelle opened up to her close friend Oprah Winfrey.
While Obama wears a white pantsuit in the docuseries, the 69-year-old entertainer wore a radiant yellow suit as they had a sincere talk about relationship, life, and the Covid pandemic.
Netflix portrays the one-hour thirty-minutes extraordinary as “Michelle Obama digs into the challenges and life examples that molded her second top rated book in an enlightening discussion with Oprah Winfrey.”
Obama states that her book “came from one of those low emotional places when it is hard to find your light” and is about “learning to live with fullness, with enough-ness.”
She explains that people, particularly children, are looking for someone to help them through difficult times. Obama uncovered that it was during the pandemic that she began searching for “her own light” in the wake of feeling low on trust like every other person.
When you get to those low emotional places, it’s hard to find your light,” she says in the Netflix special. Talking about relationships, Obama added,
“We have to be honest about real marriage and the work that it takes to build a life with another person.” She quipped, “It’s like all hashtag relationship goals and I’m like, ‘I was mad at him in that picture,'” referring to a viral photo of her and her husband, former US President Barack Obama.
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