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Oprah's "The Life You Want" Tour Houston Edition

Ms. O came to town, and Houston made a believer out of her that Texas does everything bigger and better.  The Toyota Center of Houston came alive with what seemed to be a sea of women of all ages.  266 more words

Lifestyle

H-Town Happenings - Hanging Out with Oprah and Her Trailblazers!

It was fantastic news when I learned months ago that my hometown – Houston – was on Oprah’s The Life You Want Tour.    There was only one thing for me to do – buy a ticket and mark the dates.    801 more words

Self-Evaluation

I forgive myself

Hello everyone.

After watching Susan Sarandon on TV yesterday discussing candidly how her life was made beautiful by all her failures and mistakes I have been struck by the profound nature of her words. 250 more words

Musings

broken.

i am a big fan of iyanla vanzant. over the past month, she’s focused (i’m over-generalizing) on promiscuity & brokenness (and a host of other issues). 163 more words

Relationships

Brothers’ ‘Fix My Life': No fix, but path to healing

Several years ago, I saw Iyanla Vanzant come to speak to an audience in Brooklyn and she mesmerized the mostly African-American female crowd. She spoke of how women could heal themselves by owning their situations and problems and recognizing their responsibilities to break the negative chains to the various ills in their lives. 1,304 more words

Lifestyle

Brothers’ ‘Fix My Life': No Fix, But Path To Healing

Several years ago, I saw Iyanla Vanzant come to speak to an audience in Brooklyn and she mesmerized the mostly African-American female crowd. She spoke of how women could heal themselves by owning their situations and problems and recognizing their responsibilities to break the negative chains to the various ills in their lives. 1,304 more words

National

Brothers’ ‘Fix My Life': No Fix, But Path To Healing

Several years ago, I saw Iyanla Vanzant come to speak to an audience in Brooklyn and she mesmerized the mostly African-American female crowd. She spoke of how women could heal themselves by owning their situations and problems and recognizing their responsibilities to break the negative chains to the various ills in their lives. 1,304 more words

National