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In 1992, Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love, said that the following 20 years would be critical to the survival of mankind. Now that time has come. Find out why she says we're both better and worse off than before, and reveals the one force that still has the potential to turn everything around.
What is Marianne Williamson's definition of God? What's her personal prayer? Watch as she answers these questions and more in a round of Soul to Soul.
We often only celebrate when there's a special occasion. But we don't always need a reason to stop and have a little fun. So, the SoulPancake team headed to a busy bus stop to throw people a surprise celebration, just because.
Spend a few magical moments with Oprah on David Copperfield's private island and stir up some big dreams in your own life.
Find refreshment on the waves of Lake Michigan and watch as beginner sailing students learn the ropes and find peace on the water.
During a 2007 show with Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert, Oprah and Elizabeth discussed the importance of keeping a happiness journal. Now, Oprah wants you to join her in a monthlong celebration of life's simple pleasures. Find out how you can get started with her 30 Days of #Happiness movement today!
Meet Cheryl Strayed's constant companion during her hike along the Pacific Crest Trail, her backpack, Monster! Watch as the Wild author reflects on the moment she realized Monster was too heavy to lift, and find out why she says she needed to learn how to carry the weight she couldn't bear.
Oprah says that while reading Cheryl Strayed's Wild, she often asked herself if she could have faced some of the obstacles Cheryl encountered on the Pacific Crest Trail. Oprah says she could have handled a rattlesnake, unsavory hikers and even a bear, but there was one moment that truly gave her the shivers. Find out what it was!
Wild author Cheryl Strayed says she was never more alone than she was on the Pacific Crest Trail. She didn't see another human being for the first eight days of her 1,100-mile hike, and spent most of her time in the wilderness by herself. Watch as Cheryl reflects on how she found herself in the absence of others.
Cheryl Strayed's memoir, Wild, can be read as a metaphor for conquering fear. So was she ever truly afraid hiking 1,100 miles alone on the Pacific Crest Trail? Cheryl opens up about what it means to be courageous and reveals the biggest takeaway she wants readers to learn from her book.
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