Super Soul Sunday
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Join Oprah and three dynamic thought leaders for the first in a special series of 'Super Soul Sunday' episodes we're calling The Bigger Picture, a panel discussion about today's top global headlines, bringing unique and thoughtful perspectives to world news topics ranging from prescription drugs to terrorism, gun violence and our fascination with celebrity culture.
Living legend Dr. Maya Angelou returns with even more life lessons about aging beautifully, new insights into her fascinating relationship with her mother, and a revelation that moves her to tears. Watch on demand now.
The older Dr. Maya Angelou gets, the more grateful she says she is. Find out why she says life at age 85 is better than ever, and hear what she's learned about aging brilliantly.
When she was in her 20s, Dr. Maya Angelou discovered the Unity Church. Founded in 1889, Unity is a Christian movement that emphasizes affirmative prayer and education as a path to spirituality. Watch as she is moved to tears while recalling the revelation that changed her life forever.
Dr. Maya Angelou's wisdom has inspired countless people around the world, but what does she say is the best advice she's ever given? Find out what it is and to whom she gave it. Plus, get the best advice Dr. Angelou ever received.
In this round of Soul to Soul, find out what Dr. Maya Angelou's definition of God is and what she believes happens when we die. Plus, get her definition of the soul and why she thinks spirituality and religion are different things.
The Soul to Soul Q&A continues with Dr. Maya Angelou! Find out what prayer means to her, where she feels most at peace and what she knows for sure.
Living legend Dr. Maya Angelou returns with even more life lessons about aging beautifully, new insights into her fascinating relationship with her mother, and a revelation that moves her to tears.
Dr. Maya Angelou says the love of her mother, Vivian Baxter, encouraged her to live a life full of pizzazz. It was also that love that helped Dr. Angelou to become the first black streetcar conductor in San Francisco at age 16. Find out how her mother encouraged her to persevere.
Dr. Maya Angelou wrote her new book, 'Mom & Me & Mom,' to better understand the life of her mother, Vivian Baxter. Dr. Angelou lived with Vivian until she was 7 and resumed living with Vivian when she was 13. Though Dr. Angelou says Vivian was a 'terrible' mother for young children, she was a 'fantastic' mother for young adults. When Dr. Angelou was 22 years old, Vivian told her something that changed her life forever. Watch to find out what it was.
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