Barack Obama will be forever in history books since he was the first black president in the world’s largest economy at any given time. Interestingly, we have come to an era where we can observe the early years of historical people. So, how was Obama’s life a child?
Barack Obama was born in Hawaii, and although this is disputed (as it would be a reason he could not run for president), there are various records to prove it. However, he spent his child years in Indonesia where he went to school and learn not to curse at others by his mother. When in school, their parents realized his potential and himself said he wanted to be a prime minister (since presidency is Indonesia was not the same thing).
When he was young, Obama was very interested in poetry. In 1983, a love letter he sent was saying: Moments trip gently along over here. Snow caps the bushes in unexpected ways, birds shoot and spin like balls of sound. My feet hum over the dry walks. A storm smoothes the sky, impounding the city lights, returning to us a dull yellow glow.
In later years, he studied law in New York City and successfully became a university teacher for 12 years, until he was appointed a junior senator in Illinois. His students could clearly catch a glimpse of how he would lead.