Super Soul Sunday
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Posted: Wed 01/11/2012 09:36 AM
Get ready for the encore presentation of Oprah's Soul Series conversation with Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor and the documentary Emmanuel's Gift! See what viewers had to say about this moving episode:
I am forever changed after watching this Super Soul Sunday. I was so touched by Dr. Bolte Taylor's life experience that I went and bought the book. So much of what she said made sense to me. My auntie had a stroke and was not able to talk for two weeks. I knew she could hear me when others thought she couldn't. I always prayed that I would be there the day that she passed away because she had given so much to me in my life; she was always there for me during the good and the bad times. She was the rock in our family. I still remember the day of my auntie's decision to leave this world. I woke up and felt I needed to rush to the hospital to be with her. I was blessed with the opportunity to tell her how much my I loved her and how thankful I was for all she had done for me. When the nurse told me it was a matter of minutes. I called my two daughters and told them auntie was going to a place of peace. I put the phone my auntie's ear and both my daughters (7 and 12 at the time) told her how much they loved her. I am not sure at that moment what happened but she said " I love you too" to my daughters. After I hung up the phone she looked at me quietly passed away. I felt such calmness and peace overcome me. I felt such honor at that moment that my request was heard.
Emmanuel's life experience was very motivational as well. He and those with disabilities are the real heroes in life and they deserve our respect. Not only do they have to deal with all of the challenges of everyday life, they also have overcome physical obstacles. His strength and tenacity are to be applauded. I was in awe of his kindheartedness. He realized life wasn't about him, it was about all those in need. He never complained, he only thought about the good he could do for others. Talk about unconditional love. Great lesson learned. This was the best "Super Soul Sunday." Thanks Oprah and staff!
Posted: Tue 01/10/2012 09:25 AM
When brain scientist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor suffered from a massive stroke, she couldn't walk, talk or remember her own name. She tells Oprah about her life-changing experience on this week's "Super Soul Sunday."
Be sure to watch Oprah and Dr. Taylor's conversation on January 15 at 8 .a.m. and 12 p.m. ET/PT.
Posted: Mon 01/09/2012 09:40 AM
On January 15, Super Soul Sunday revisits awesome stories of unexpected gifts. First, brain scientist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor walks us through her experience of suffering a massive stroke. Find out how she turned this life-changing event into an awakening.
Also, meet Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah, who was born disfigured in Ghana. Although his condition is seen as a curse in his country, Emmanuel persevered to become a cross-country runner! Watch Emmanuel's Gift this week, narrated by Oprah, to see his incredible journey.
Be sure to set your DVR for Super Soul Sunday on January 15 at 8 a.m./12 p.m. ET/PT.
Posted: Sun 01/08/2012 10:02 AM
The steady flow of a river, the tranquility of a nearby stream, the crashing waves at the beach—these are all examples of how the sights and sounds of water soothe us. Take a moment to find a little calm in your life today.
Watch as Oprah describes the calming effects of water
Posted: Sun 01/08/2012 10:00 AM
In the documentary No Impact Man, the New York City-based Beavan family tries to reduce its environmental footprint for one year. That means no electricity, buying local food, no cars or public transportation and no garbage. Find out more about their experience!
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