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avatar Big O, little o

OMO.

Oh My Oprah.

I for one believe that Oprah has proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that she is a true blue goddess. She rises to the occasion, forgives when she’s wrong, tells it like it is, has a huge heart and the ability to truly – honest to goddess – move mountains. She can give & receive. She is humble & kind & generous beyond words. And LOYAL. LOYAL LOYAL LOYAL.

Given the world we live in, with all this crazy wacky bad men shit: from the everyday affairs to the catastrophic “the world is gonna end,” i need a hero.

a genuine, no bullshit hero.
I found one.

and i wanna be a little o. not a disciple. not a follower.
just a perfectly small gorgeous little o.

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4 Responses to “Big O, little o”

  1. avatar
    Madgew

    This is funny. I am just listening to NPR and a woman who talks about the wrongness of Oprah being elevated to goddess status. I tend to agree with her. Oprah is a phenomenal woman and I have followed her on and off throughout the years but with all her goodness I still find her rather full of herself sometimes. There is a great article online
    http://colorlines.com/archives/2011/05/oprahs_conflicted_empowering_shaming_bond_with_women_like_me.html
    Love you for wanting to be a little o but I would rather take you as a big A.

  2. avatar
    Kathleen

    You are the Big A to me and That is all that matters.

    I seldom turn the TV on. Do know who Oprah is, lol. Know lots who adore her. She has done wonders for so many but there is a tiny part who agrees with Madge about the full of herself. Maybe because she is overworked or insecure or unknown mix of all which is totally understandable. Yet a friend gifted me the O magazine two years ago which I love to read, FABulous articles~ I never inquired if the publication is ending~ guess I will find out when my subcription runs out. Plus she never added Marrying George Clooney by Amy Ferris to her Book Club!

  3. avatar
    Barbara@TheMiddleAges

    I don’t “know” Oprah as well as most (don’t watch the show, not because I don’t want to, but because of the time it’s on). I’ve always thought she radiated something wonderful. It feels like she’ been grasping for something higher. And if she has maybe stumbled along the way, or even, god forbid, taken a bit of pride in her achievements, I still feel compelled to tip my hat to a woman who went out on that limb, who goes out there time and again, who celebrates compassion and love, and who does fearlessly. Through her example, I’m sure she’s inspired a lot of people to do the same. As a member of the human race, I’ll take that.

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    Hannah Kozak

    Little o? Amy, oh Amy. You are a big A to me. You have single handedly lifted so many women up with your gorgeous heart, never ending support,tireless enthusiasm, and you are loyal, loyal, loyal, loyal. One of the most important qualities and you have it. YOU are a true blue goddess. Thank you for all you do for all of us. You truly understand one of the sutras of the Aquarian Age: Recognize the Other Person Is You.


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