If Oprah says it, it has to be true… right?

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Oprah Winfrey has some nice cleavage!

On her official Facebook site Wednesday, Oprah Winfrey declared, “The World is a mess.”

“The world is a mess. We all know it and talk about in our private lives,” Oprah wrote. “It’s depressing and overwhelming at times to look at how much potential we have and yet we’re constantly bombarded by images and information that speaks to the lowest common denominator. We can do better. We can be better. I know it’s true.”
Winfrey, who is known for inspiring others to be “the best they can be,” made an unusual pessimistic announcement steering clear from her tireless optimistic view. For years, just about anyone, with any product, book or idea, accepted by Oprah and having appeared on her show, was known to be blessed with the Oprah Effect.  What Oprah touches, turns to gold.

“My greatest desire is to fulfill the highest, truest expression of myself as a Human being,” she wrote. “I’m still on that journey. If that is your desire as well, join me every night as we explore new ways of looking at Life, and how it works for all of us.”

So what effect will her statement have on those of us that believe, if Oprah says it’s so, it’s so?  Oprah is most likely using the “Oprah effect” to get viewers to her new show “Oprah’s Life
Class,” which will air on her network OWN.
Trish Brown

About Trish Brown

Trish Brown was a news reporter and editor, a former school board president, the founder of Communication Concepts a PR firm in the Detroit area, and founder of all TPE entities www.TPEMultiMedia.com, www.TPEPost.com, and www.TippingPointEducation.com. She has worked with the Osmonds and other celebs while trying to advance education in the k-12 and post-secondary arenas.