We would not only be proud to vote for Oprah for President, but we would work really hard to make sure the Democratic Party establishment doesn’t block her in order to give their favored candidate the nomination. Here’s why you should support Oprah 2020 too: BELOVED: Oprah is loved by people from all races and generations. The sad truth is that the majority of white women voted for Donald Trump. Yet, my white Trump-supporting, 90-year-old grandmother loves Oprah, and my only extremely rich friend and I watch her Super Soul Sundays together. And she would garner the support of African American and Latino communities, and other people of color, as she has consistently drawn needed attention and activism to racism and oppression. UNDEBATABLE: Can you image how impossible it will be for President Trump to land a blow against her in the debates? He would be too scared. First, she’s a better talker than almost any person alive. So sharp, so smart, so resilient, fearless. Second, she has made her career by listening closely and responding with poise. And, attacking Oprah on stage seems akin to public suicide. VISIONARY: Oprah is the kind of visionary that our country needs. We need transformation because Trump was right– our politics is a swamp. Clinton-Dems are part of the problem. Oprah’s story matches
We all make mistakes. In this two part series, Scott will discuss 5 steps to take after committing your mistake and later Betsy will discuss the law of Radiance approach to Forgiveness.
We can wage a war against our Bodies. Or we can love and cherish and make peace with our Bodies. We can focus on those last few pounds. Or we can see the Radiance that flows from our bodies, into our souls, and from our souls, to the whole world. The choice is ours to make. Every moment. Every day.
We must hold ourselves with all of the compassion we can muster and forgive ourselves. Despite our mistakes, we have the opportunity to let our Radiance shine. We should be devoting more energy in focusing on our Radiance than on our mistakes. With a clear focus on our own Radiance, we can look to our past and see those moments where we had to buckle down and give it all we had to turn around some of those challenging situations. We can focus on the lessons we’ve learned, the strength that we’ve exercised, the determination we’ve had to get through our challenges to return to joy. We can see how we would use our Radiance to more effectively handle that situation next time. Because, no matter what, we are still filled with beautiful gifts, strength, talents, unique qualities that make us different from anyone else on earth.
One of the hardest things to do when you are grumpy is to contain your grumpiness and then let it pass, before you do any real damage to yourself, your dreams, and your relationships. But the good news is there are some things you can do to help yourself–and your loved ones–when your bad mood begins to take the wheel. Here are a few tactics to help you navigate those moments of crankiness so that you can soon be back on your Radiant, loving path.