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  1. Isolde Kühn says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:40 am

    ALES GUTE KOMMT HEUTE ZU MIR ,ICH BIN EIN MAGNET FÜR FÜLLE 🙂

  2. Natalia Costa says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:42 am

    Thank you Evan! Great work! Keep on shining your light! 😀

  3. Anita Prosser says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:43 am

    Oprah, I LOVE you!! Thank you!! Such a gift

  4. Stela Podeanu says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:43 am

    Oprah is a real example?

  5. This is the best thing to listen to when cleaning and organizing your home. I feel so inspired!

  6. Linda Philson says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:44 am

    Don’t give a public forum to people you haven’t fact checked????

  7. M. Gail de Vries says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:46 am

    Pierre Elliot Trudeau would be a great person to talk about.

  8. linda macdonald says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:47 am

    I’m really grateful to have heard this today. Thank you Evan! I live with and advocate for non-evident disabilities. This said, I have never been completely sure that this was God’s calling for me. It seems that self advocacy constantly calls me, to try to make sure exclusions or discrimination which has happened to me or some minor step forward I have made in the acceptance or accommodation of these disabilities, applies to other people. I want to help make sure they do not go through the same struggles. My attitude was always, even if I only have a tiny bit of energy, if I’ve already spent some of it blazing a trail, why shouldn’t I share the trail with others?And in a point of relative despair at this time in my life, trying to be accepted and supported to participate in a tiny community group that should easily accept the accommodation I requested, but instead has acted angry and unkind, I found myself thinking, what does God want – and should I just give up, not try to fit into this harsh world around me,? Just give up on the idea of leisure and nature?Should I just let it all happen, the bigotry and ignorance, mistaken attitude that I don’t have a place, or the right to coexist and interact in a safe way in this world? The mean spirited attitudes that because I have some needs thst ask others to give a little or their privilege away, that I am selfish, and must have no value and nothing to offer.
    I am, if I am lucky, 3/4 of the way through my life, that is, I still hope I have a quarter of it ahead of me. My chronic disease has robbed me of decades of career, travel, social times, and even dignity, and a lot of function. It has required that I continually ask for assistance with daily tasks, and other physical help as well as moral and interpersonal support. Over the years I have been blessed with rare, amazing Friends offering acts of selflessness and compassion, which recently culminated in the planning and celebration of a prestigious alumni award from my university. I experienced my first ever partially fragrance free event with a safety zone for me to be able to breathe the air without getting violent asthma and choking bronchospasms from the various perfumes and chemicals on peoples clothing. Multiple chemical sensitivities is a common addition to the symptoms of this disease. I recently met by telephone, one determined woman approximately my age, forced to live in it gutted cargo van.

    We are living “nomad land “, “castaway” and “an inconvenient truth”, all mostly unsung and socially isolated. Sometimes we manage to do something on the Internet or use social media but we can never keep up.

    When I listened to Oprah, I found myself wondering how I would follow some of the advice that this amazing woman so brilliantly offered. 15 years ago, when I was raising science awareness for for post infectious Neuro immune disease, I was also doing outreach in rare moments of energy, to a small core of severely ill housebound and at times bedridden people with ME CFS, across Canada. I was also living with these life limits, and still am. They all then reached out to me as well, we formed a buddy system from our beds, using speakerphone or whatever minor technology we could. To one of the people I reached out to, I expounded on our unmet healthcare and other needs and some networking I had been doing among Canadian scientists largely working in isolation in their chosen fields, trying to make headway with the mysteries of the disease with far too little funding and practically no interest from any quorum of colleagues. She enthusiastically commented, you should be on the Oprah Winfrey show! Sometimes I wondered if she was right. She is uncommonly astute in such observations and I am often saddened to know that her own talents have been muted and left on the shelf by a society largely unconcerned with what happens to people with these all too common diseases. But I was too sick to follow up on who she would even consider interviewing, too sick to travel, so the truth I was speaking to this friend, was about a reality of inherent exclusion I was also living with.
    . I continue to try to speak for the hundreds of thousands of Canadians and indeed people worldwide, who struggle with these debilitating, life altering,unanticipated symptoms and situations, but am limited because of how it applies to my own life. Oprah’s wisdom raised many questions for me. How do I follow this advice, when I am this far into my life, i’ve been severely chronically ill for 20 years and chronically affected by my disease for an additional 10 prior to that? I have been too sick to work for dozens of years. Ha ha the dictation program wrote thousands and I think they should’ve left that in! It feels like it. I am often faced actuations where the choices at hand I’ve given me a small opportunity to create something good, then they have been taken from me like a monks Mandala Swept away at the end of the day, or castle in the sand?
    I think the wisest thing Oprah said that applies in my case is indeed, is To be still and listen to God. Just like Oprah sitting at Mandela’s table, because I am compelled to act, to thwart injustice, I feel equally obliged to be proactive. But I have always struggled with how to do this effectively, when I live as a person who suffers debilitating symptoms which include post exertional relapse into a flu like exhausted state for days? The projects and actions I have undertaken have created little trails in the wilderness. But now I am becoming less stable and older. Will be 80 some songs I chiselled out one line at a time with a stalwart friend over a decade during my convalescence, ever come to more than a posting on an obscure website? How will I inspire people when I believe that my calling was to sing and write songs,I am now so weak this is very difficult and not sustainable? I also had thought that I would become a PhD researcher of a science topic but that was Scuttled as well. I have pursued many interests and ask but it seems that God does not want me to do these things otherwise they would have worked out. Or maybe I was supposed to inspire others by how far I got despite the odds?
    Maybe God wants me to be a pray-er. In the past I would’ve put the word “just” in there. But not anymore. Well I would love to talk to Oprah and tell her all the problems faced by the millions of people with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome, because I am sure between her determination to make a huge difference in the world, my ability to inspire people despite what I am up against, as well as my strategic mind for thinking outside of the box, we would make a generational difference.

    Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome is the post viral fallout from any of 1000 viruses people did not recover from, the past decades before Covid came onto the world radars. Post covid long Haul disease it’s only slowly being compared in the media to ME but hindsight will record, that it is yet another in the long procession of post viral neural immune conditions. Given that some statistics suggest that up to 10% of people who contracted Covid will develop long-haul disease, maybe it is time to water world listened to those who are advocating for the science, research and care of ME.
    I have been waiting and watching our scientists slowly concur on what I already knew would happen: A percentage of people with long-haul disease would manifest symptoms clinically the same as those of MECFS, and the world already unprepared, unaware or even in denial about MECFS, might treat covid long-haul patients the unfortunate way they have treated patients for decades. Did I say unfortunate? I mean unacceptable. Unconscionable.
    In Oprah’s advice, I loved minute 28, minute 30, all the way to the end. Wow! What hasn’t Oprah already said, and what hasn’t she already done?
    Here’s a thought: nobody has championed ME, this deplorable disease which shelves the life and potential of so many millions of people! Some of them are people like me, trying to make a difference: people, who, after one missive like mine here today, then twinkle out like a distant dying star and cannot resume the interactions necessary to gain the momentum needed to make the change complete or ongoing!

    Anyone who has read to the end of this, let me challenge you: be the person, carry our torch. Maybe your calling will be to help us. There is fundraising to do. There are fun walks and fun runs which have not happened. Maybe somebody could start an event called “walk a mile in our (cement) shoes. Donate the proceeds to the Whitmore Peterson Institute, the open medicine foundation, millions missing/ME action, or in Canada, I CAN C ME. Every major city in every Country in the world needs a major institute dedicated to the study and care of these diseases. Maybe Oprah or the next Mandela of precisely these human rights I name, is listening.
    And as for me, maybe it is enough to know that God in his own time will find somebody to do that job, and I will be one of those 10,000 that puts him or her on the stage. I will be still and pray. And if anybody sees fit, they can put me in touch with Oprah! 🙂
    Thanks again Evan. You helped lift me today out of a rut of low thinking due to low attitudes around me. This should help me listen quietly to God instead of to the echo of unkind voices, Telling me I don’t deserve to belong.

  9. “ I come as one but I stand as 10,000” my favorite quote. You are never alone! What a powerful video!

  10. Tarik Brhane says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:49 am

    Ll

  11. Tan Lay Lian says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:50 am

    “Do what feels right “ ❤️ thank you Evan for this video editing, enjoy it!

  12. Hyacinth Phillips says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:52 am

    God is able! Hallelujah! Keep dreaming

  13. Tiffany P. 3Wealth says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:52 am

    Great Vid

  14. “You don’t get what you wish for. You don’t even get what you hope for. You get what you believe.” Amen!! I believe the more we share love, the more strength we can build in our human species. I plan to start some sort of show, podcast, or whatever GGE (God|Goddess|Energy) has in store for me so I can share motivation like Oprah! Thank you, Evan, for another great video! I look up to you as well! They say follow the successful if I want to be successful so that’s what I’m doing! 😉 May we all be blessed in love energy today!

  15. Renee Balcom says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:54 am

    Amazing program. Thank you.

  16. "I come as one, but I stand as 10,000" What a powerhouse💪LOVE OPRAH!!!❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  17. Alphonse Alagon says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:01 am

    blessings 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

  18. Jennifer Martin says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:01 am

    Thank you Evan!

  19. Christina Lopez says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:01 am

    Love her, love her, love her…. again and again!

  20. Deborah Fortin says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:01 am

    Loved the whole thang!!!! I grow with Oprah 💜and so I’m thrilled to have a new refreshed list of powerful perspectives✅🙏😎

  21. Bashar Budiman says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:01 am

    Love it so much,so inspired true value …hopefuly it may become a great human touch through faith able to spread on🤲thank God thank you❤

  22. Julie Miller says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:02 am

    Loved she only asked for six trees. And GOD gave her a forest. I’m blessed at 60 I’m still hiking the forest and oh the tress are beautiful. We have Pune fir maple Snd more. Thank u be still and listen GOD bless u

  23. Saima Atta Shah says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:02 am

    Oprha your words touched my soul I’m canton of my soul and my faith thankyou god bless you

  24. Jeanette Patterson says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:02 am

    This was great

  25. Cornell Cary says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:06 am

    I enjoyed Oprah Winfrey speaking. She shared so much of her experiences of how she got to live the dream. In the concluding part of the video, she gave a statement that is so important in achieving your dream. "Stop resisting what God has for you and get still before Him to get sure the dream is for you."

  26. linda cherry says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:07 am

    That’s how I raised my son …

  27. Kathleen Hutter says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:07 am

    Definitely inspired, what resonated the most, was that the power that creates worlds, is ready to work with you to build your biggest dream of becoming. We dream to small. We dream of stuff. Stuff is the side effect of dreaming big, serving others, and taking action on the whispering of God and the Universe to listen and follow. Thank you so much for pulling these together and sharing. It’s now time to dream big, and take action 😊❤️🙏🥰

  28. Olita Samuel says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:08 am

    LOVE IT ❤❤❤

  29. Hsiao Wang Lin says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:11 am

    Think loud. Encourage children how to live their life abounding. Like your few key point, just listen, action faster when you have dream, like build school, always optimistic, master your mind, be a person who take responsible yourself, not a follower.

  30. Natalia Costa says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:12 am

    Thanks!

  31. I love Oprah Winfrey!! I love how she is so wise, love how she gives back to her community and beyond, and how she inspires us to do our best!! Best teacher, best speaker, and best motivator who brings out the best in me 🙏😊🙏

  32. usa superpower says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:14 am

    Reverse racism opra is not right….you need to fond yourself

  33. misty ramirez says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:18 am

    Thank you for offering this for giving us hope to be a better version of ourselves

  34. Claudette Magaw says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:19 am

    It would b nice if she would live ( everyday) as she speaks….. FAKE….. she made tons of money faken it……. I heard what u said yrs ago about white people. On a late, late night radio station!!!!. From that min on i stopped listening to u. ( i myself- don’t c white- nor, black!!!. I c beautiful colors . that god made us allll equal. U- don’t. That’s fake…..u r a smart person( threw reading.) U should know better….. ( just saying/ the truth…) No- hate- on – me – returns welcomed.🙄

  35. Aparajita Banerjee says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:19 am

    🍀Thank You I needed this message today 🙏

  36. Btw, Oprah looks fabulous. She is such an inspiration. I admired her as a child. I wanted to be smart just like her.

  37. "I am the Master of my fate and the captain of my soul"

  38. Drea Watkins says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:25 am

    What is God’s dream for me!!! Powerful stuff! Ty for this message ✨

  39. Serve your soul. Authentic power is when your personality serves your soul. Am inspired. Thank you.

  40. Julie Brooks says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:27 am

    Thank you for sharing! Absolutely a get up and get moving so inspirational. Thank you for not allowing me to push the snooze button of my gifts and talents to service others without fear!

  41. Sheila Prasannan says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:28 am

    THank you. This was so so wonderful – to live in God’s bigger dream for us

  42. Awsome! I thought I knew her …backwards. She lived in my small Texas City for 6 weeks during one of THE most trying times in her life. My former husband was a lawyer…she was being sued. THis town went Wacko!! I mean it VIBRATED every day she was there. She was scared…(being sued in federal court) thats how Dr Phil got known. They hired him to help her. Whatever. I now live 50 miles from her beautiful small Cali city…as I am a Cali girl- who left Texas..finallly so I could live from my heart. She does rock!

  43. Denyse Templeton says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:30 am

    That was great .I’m at a time in my life where I’m asking what is it I’m meant to b doing .So when Oprah said ask God what is his dresm for you .That’s what I have to find out . Thankyou for a great video ❤️🙏

  44. Stela Podeanu says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:32 am

    Oprah is very good example for all of us and I am very pleased with this presentation!

  45. David Beavers says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:33 am

    That was good stuff with GOD all things are possible believe in your self stay strong 💪 thank you 😊 it is done

  46. Lynda Filler says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:34 am

    Timeless. 💗

  47. "Every time you see me, I come as one, but I stand as 10,000"–Oprah quoting Maya Angelou from

  48. pete rodriguez says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:35 am

    Amazing

  49. Opra was wonderful. I had never heard her talk like that. Belle Maynard Curd

  50. Vidya Ramcharitar says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:39 am

    Wow beautiful yes i wanted to live my dreams thank you

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