~There is rarely a farewell show that lives up to its full potential.
For example, take “The Sopranos.” Suddenly the screen blackens and the viewer is left to make her/his own conclusion. Does Tony finally get Whacked? Does his smacker end up in bowl of pasta? Nobody knows for sure.
Or the conclusion of the greatest comedy ever created “Seinfeld.” Yes, we find out…the characters were truly all assholes.
And even my all time fave. “Sex and the City,” couldn’t deliver it’s usual Pizzazz & Glitz & Sexiness in the end.
But Oprah’s last show kicked some serious ass–
Overflowing with profundity, depth, and significance.
Oprah offered her audience a beautifully wrapped gift that we can continue opening and savoring into the future.
Each layer of tissue paper revealing another life lesson and spiritual tutorial.
“The most important thing I’ve learned in all these years,” Oprah mused:
“It’s that people want to be heard…Want to be seen. Do you hear me? Do you see me?”
I don’t know about you, but for 25 years I’ve clicked the television on at 4:00 to have my Oprah experience., my girlfriend time, my intellectual hour of interviews & books & women’s issues.
Sometimes it’s just nice when somebody declares: “YOU ARE NOT ALONE!”
Oprahs’s last words, “All The Glory To God.”
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