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In September 2013, after four unsuccessful previous attempts, Diana Nyad became the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage. Find out what mantra kept her going.
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In the United States, 12 states plus the District of Columbia allow gay couples to marry, and more are preparing to change their laws as well. Polls also show the social tide is shifting dramatically. In 1996, a Gallup poll showed that 27 percent of Americans supported gay marriage. In 2012, that number nearly doubled to 53 percent. So Oprah asks her panelists, the Rev. Ed Bacon, Elizabeth Lesser and Mark Nepo, 'Is this a social revolution or a cultural shift?' Find out what they think and why gay marriage could enrich traditional marriage.
Marathon swimming takes a toll on the body, mind and spirit. For record-breaking swimmer Diana Nyad, a mix of dehydration, sleep deprivation and prolonged saltwater exposure produced a dreamlike state that caused her to hallucinate. Watch as Diana reflects on the experience she had during her 53-hour swim from Cuba to Florida, and find out what she saw.
One of the themes that resonate most in India.Arie's music is her unapologetic embracing of her authentic self. Back in the spotlight in 2013 with the release of her single "Cocoa Butter," the last thing India.Arie expected was the controversy around a publicity shot in which people accused her of lightening her skin. Watch as she reflects on the controversy and shares her prayer to heal colorism.
In 2009, a series of physical setbacks, a broken engagement and a cross-country tour left India.Arie exhausted and at a spiritual crossroads. She left the music industry to find some healing and slowly began working again over the next few years. In 2012, however, she started having problems with her skin and suspected she had a serious illness. As it turns out, she says, her soul was sick, and the illness was manifesting itself physically. Watch as India.Arie reflects on a life-changing hike she took up a Hawaiian volcano and what it taught her about the importance of acceptance and surrender.
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Oprah interviews Diana Nyad, who, at age 64, inspired the world when she became the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage, finishing in just under 53 hours. Diana talks about how she achieved this feat of athleticism, will and spirit.
At age 64, Diana Nyad became the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage, a feat she completed in just under 53 hours. In her 'Super Soul Sunday' interview with Oprah, Diana explains that she decided to take on this challenge four years before, at age 60, when her 82-year-old mother died. Find out why Diana says her historic swim was about far more than breaking records.
At age 64, she had just become the first person to swim 110 miles from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage. So what did Diana Nyad do the morning after making history? Find out what news segment she said she no longer 'gave a crap about,' and hear why she says she's almost happier about the swim being over than about actually accomplishing the feat.
Former Roman Catholic nun and best-selling religious historian Karen Armstrong, who created TED's Charter for Compassion, shares how she found her faith after losing her way.
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