The Wisdom of Sundays

The Wisdom of Sundays

Life-changing Insights From Super Soul Conversations

Book - 2017
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Oprah Winfrey says Super Soul Sunday is the television show she was born to do . "I see it as an offering," she explains. "If you want to be more fully present and live your life with a wide-open heart, this is the place to come to."

Now, for the first time, the aha moments of inspiration and soul-expanding insight that have enlightened millions on the three-time Emmy Award-winning Super Soul Sunday are collected in The Wisdom of Sundays, a beautiful, cherishable, deeply-affecting book.

Organized into ten chapters--each one representing a powerful step in Oprah's own spiritual journey and introduced with an intimate, personal essay by Oprah herself--the Wisdom of Sundays features selections from the most meaningful conversations between Oprah and some of today's most-admired thought-leaders. Visionaries like Tony Robbins, Arianna Huffington, and Shonda Rhimes share their lessons in finding purpose through mindfulness and intention. World renowned authors and teachers like Eckhart Tolle, Thich Nhat Hahn, Marianne Williamson and Wayne Dyer, explain our complex relationship with the ego and the healing powers of love and connection; and award-winning and bestselling writers like Cheryl Strayed, Elizabeth Gilbert, and Elizabeth Lesser explore the beauty of forgiveness and spirituality.

Paired with beautiful photographs, including many from Oprah's private property in California where each episode of Super Soul Sunday is filmed, The Wisdom of Sundays promises to be a timeless keepsake that will help readers awaken to life's wondrous possibilities and discover a deeper connection to the natural world around them.

Publisher: New York : Flatiron Books, 2017
ISBN: 9781250138064
Branch Call Number: 204 WIN
Characteristics: 240 p. :,col. ill. ;,22 cm


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Feb 28, 2018

It's interesting that Oprah has gone lightly on the famous woman in this one who went broke - a far cry from the old Oprah who several years ago eviscerated Toni Braxton on national TV for not looking after her money (jeez, maybe Oprah never met other musicians like Billy Joel, MC Hammer, etc.). A rare quote worthy of wisdom comes from Jimmy Carter who thinks the greatest ill is inequality. Which hits home since the vast majority of people are too busy with survival to have time to read (and most don't read anyway) this pretentious attempt at pop philosophy.

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