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Poet and best-selling author Mark Nepo says that there are many ways we can grow as human beings but that there are only two universal experiences: Either we are broken open, or we willfully shed what isn't working in our lives. Watch as Mark explains what sacrifice means and how to find what's truly sacred in life.
Poet, best-selling author and cancer survivor Mark Nepo believes no experiences are wasted. So when we are faced with the unexpected, what is the difference between accepting the situation and surrendering to it? Watch Mark's explanation and find out how to discern which path to follow.
It's the definition of the soul that touched Oprah deeply. Watch as poet and best-selling author Mark Nepo opens up in this round of Soul to Soul about God, spirituality and what the world needs.
After taping with Oprah at her home in Maui, poet Mark Nepo wrote a poem about one of the most beautiful places on the Hawaiian island. Listen as Oprah reads 'Pai'a: A Clearing in the Forest.'
In 2003, Kris Carr was diagnosed with a rare and incurable Stage 4 cancer. Ten years later, she's still living with the diagnosis and thriving. Watch for an update on Kris.
Twenty-six years ago, poet Mark Nepo discovered a lump on the back of his head, but he didn't get it checked out until a friend urged him to see a doctor. Find out why Mark says there was no way to go back to the life he had been living after that medical visit.
After three years, two cycles of cancer and an aggressive series of chemotherapy, poet Mark Nepo's body was weak and broken. Still, he could feel his spirit growing stronger, his perspective shifting and his heart opening wider. Watch as Mark shares the biggest lessons he learned during his battle with cancer.
Mark Nepo says that for many years, he wanted to be a great poet. Now, he says, his heart's desire is to be the poem. Watch as he explains how every person can make their greatest passions a reality.
At Oprah's home in Hawaii, best-selling author and poet Mark Nepo opens up about how battling cancer led to a profound spiritual awakening. Plus, 'cancer thriver' Kris Carr reveals how she has recently shifted the way she thinks about living with the disease.
Rob Bell, author of 'What We Talk About When We Talk About God,' says it's not crazy to acknowledge that there is a God. In fact, he says, it might be the most rational move one could make. Watch as he reveals why.
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