|Los Angeles, California, March 04, 2008--Authors of the popular-selling book, Living The Secret Everyday: My Secret Workbook nominate Oprah for the Nobel Peace Prize. In their most recent blog, www.livingthesecreteveryday/blogspot.com, authors and twin sisters, Joanne Scaglione and Suzanne Stitz tout Oprah Winfrey as an amazing lady and call her their hero! They say, “ Her energy, passion and dedication to helping others, to supporting education, to promoting literacy, and to eradicating poverty is incredible. As a daily source of inspiration, hope and love, Oprah is empowering and transforming the world. She has truly made this planet a better place to live by being here.”
As far as these ladies are concerned Oprah should be on the top list “of the most important individuals of the 20th century who has made a significant contribution to the world. Whether its building a school in Africa, forming the O Ambassadors to bring education to all, or enlightening the world to the joys in this universe as she presents and teaches us about the Law of Attraction or brings to us an interactive classroom featuring Eckhart Tolle; she has single-handedly led a campaign that is changing the world: how people think and how they live.
As a 30-year veteran, educator, Dr. Joanne Scaglione, co-author of Living The Secret
Everyday states that, “The biggest compliment we can give Oprah is that 'she walks the talk.' She epitomizes everything she advocates: she truly teaches by example.” Because
of Oprah’s support of The Secret, sales of Living The Secret Everyday have soared recently as the book becomes the tool to live the Law of Attraction daily. It’s unique educational approach and interactive workbook style, engaging readers as active participants in their own learning is exactly what Oprah is doing in her upcoming web seminar tonite, March 3rd featuring Echkart Tolle and his new book A New Earth:
Awakening To Your Life’s Purpose.” We’re already signed up and eagerly await,” says twin, co-author, Suzanne Stitz.
There’s no doubt in their mind, that it’s time to celebrate this woman’s humanitarian efforts and work with an Oprah Winfrey Nobel Peace Prize.
Los Angeles, California