This sixth installment in a series of Oprah’s books taps the O Magazine archives and finds standout selections. It’s focus: “tackling...crucial questions:” timing a significant change, dealing with unexpected loss, or finding compassion in the midst of anger. The book aims high; and the result is a compilation of heartfelt pieces that do, in fact clarify, motivate, and empower.— Karen
What truly matters?
What is my purpose?
When is the right time to make a change?
Who is most important to me?
A thoughtful and provocative collection of personal essays, O's Little Guide to the Big Questions highlights the wisdom to be gained from engaging with life's deepest mysteries.
Award-winning and bestselling writers for O, The Oprah Magazine have been tackling these and other crucial questions since the magazine's inception. Here, they share their eye-opening, soul-expanding insights. Among the many jewels in the collection, Terry Tempest Williams describes the utter shock of opening her late mother's journals--and the lessons she gleaned from what she found inside; Thich Nhat Hanh finds compassion in the midst of anger; JulieOrringer reveals how we can know when we've found "the one."
Offering valuable perspective to anyone feeling lost or in need of a reset, O's Little Guide to the Big Questions is proof that while the search for meaning can be daunting, it's also clarifying, motivating, empowering, and the surest path to becoming the person you were meant to be.
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Each month O, The Oprah Magazine helps readers live their best lives, serving up information and inspiration on everything from lasting love to luscious food. With a signature blend of candor and humor, fresh advice and timeless wisdom, the magazine offers people the tools they need to, as Oprah Winfrey says, "become more of who they are"-to love themselves more deeply, to look hopefully toward the future, and to leap wholeheartedly into the adventure of being alive.