On thanksgiving Day, November 22, his mother died a famous TV presenter Oprah Winfrey — Lee Vernita. Before the death of her mother, Oprah found the strength to forgive her for the hell that the presenter had to endure in childhood. This sends Clutch.
Relationship between Oprah and Vernita was terrible. Future TV presenter was born when her mother was only 19 years old, and she immediately sent the baby to the grandmother. The first years of life were clouded by the severity of older women: Oprah had to endure a constant beating.
In 6 years the mother took her into their family, but the situation has not changed for the better. It got worse: 9 years little Oprah was raped by her brothers, their friends and uncle. The mother just let it go and did not intervene.
Despite such a traumatic childhood, Oprah out in the world, after gaining independence from the family. She did not communicate with his mother, but always supported her financially.
“I am motivated by the desire to be the best man on Earth and I know that’s the truth,” said Oprah, explaining why she didn’t leave mother.
However, before the death of Vernita, she was able to forgive her, showing his best human qualities. Oprah taught the world a great lesson.
“Live without selfishness. Our selfish thoughts prevent us from living better. Through self-acceptance, living in the moment, finding your truth, and assigning a higher purpose, we reveal their best qualities”.
However, after everything Oprah did not want to be a mother.
“I don’t want kids. I wouldn’t be a good mother. I’m not patient. I have enough patience just for puppies, but it’s too low level”.
“When people began to put pressure on me to marry and make children, I knew that I’ll never be a man who regrets that he has no kids. I feel like a mother to the children of the world. Love knows no borders”.
Recall that celebrities who have not decided on motherhood.
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Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.