Oprah for President

Oprah subscribes to the peace philosophy of oneness and unity. She has most definitely changed the world.

I like this show with Tom Hanks and Merryl Streep, life is not only a box of chocolates but a bowl of fruit, good to be crazy… we have to shine in the future.

Rosa Parks

Thank God for Rosa.

I note she was not nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.


Rosa Parks

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For other uses, see Rosa Parks (disambiguation).
Not to be confused with Rose Pak.
Rosa Parks
Rosa Parks in 1955, with Martin Luther King, Jr. in the background
Born… Continue reading

Recy Taylor mentioned by Oprah Whinfrey

  1. Recy Taylor

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Recy Taylor
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    Mrs. Recy Taylor in 1944
    Born December 31, 1919
    Abbeville, Alabama, U.S.
    Died December 28, 2017 (aged 97)
    Abbeville, Alabama, U.S.
    Occupation Sharecropper[1]

    Recy Taylor (December 31, 1919 – December 28, 2017)[2]:297 was an African American woman from Abbeville in Henry… Continue reading

Oprah Whinfrey Golden Moment Ah Men Ah Men Ah Men

The words moved me to tears.  I contemplate Ah men Ah men Ah men. I will continue to speak my truth.  My wish is for sexual harassment to stop.


Edward Snowden: A Global Conversation on the Balance between Civil Liberties and Mass Intelligence Gathering

I found this interview of Edward Snowden organised by the University of Chicago, USA interesting.  I observed how the interviewer interpreted what he was saying, what questions arose in the questioners mind, how Edward responded and modelled democratic discourse. He is both articulate and respectful in his demeanour and compelling in his ability to… Continue reading

Awakening from the Dream of Capitalism

Yes I can certainly relate to this.  We are blamed for the demise of capitalism.  This is the structure of disempowerment in denial of reality as we seek to keep business-as-usual going pretending all is No-well when in truth the planet is sending signals of collapse as tipping points are knocked over. The… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”