Oprah: The Potential for Love in Politics

The speech that ignited an Internet frenzy: Oprah Winfrey at the 2018 Golden Globes.

“Starving children in Africa are not poor because their consciousness is unaligned with love; they’re poor because ours is. A billion people live in “deep poverty” — that is, on less than $1.25/day. A billion more live on less than $2/day. Yet this is not an “exception” to the rule that love casts out fear. Quite the opposite, it is the collective lovelessness on the part of the advanced nations of the world that

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Novelist, California wildfire survivor, essayist. Find my latest novel, It Takes Two, a romance with a reincarnation twist @Amazon. www.nicolesallakanderson.com

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Nicole Sallak Anderson

Nicole Sallak Anderson

Novelist, California wildfire survivor, essayist. Find my latest novel, It Takes Two, a romance with a reincarnation twist @Amazon. www.nicolesallakanderson.com

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