Oprah Winfrey, Superwoman

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Oprah Winfrey, Superwoman

In life I believe that there are two kinds of people. Those who make a difference and than the others who don't. The people who make a difference are called a hero in our society. These people make life worth living to a lot of people, and make a difference to even more. We admire these people, and are inspired by them. We hope that one day we can inspire and influence as many people as they did. It is these people who truly bring good to our societies, and work for the better good of man kind, as well as the world. One such person is my hero. Her name is recognizable to many people, that name is Oprah Winfrey. I remember as a little girl watching her show and hoping that one day I could be like her; and strong and beautiful person. One who gives to society, not based on political or selfishness, but based upon the fact that it is always good to help your fellow man. She has gotten much criticism over the years about her struggle with being overweight; a battle in which Oprah has fought and very gracefully overcome. Oprah is a influential person in America as well in many parts of the world. Her battle to end illiteracy, giving to the poor, and giving a better quality of life to people is commendable and very respectable. Through her work in Habitat for Humanity and her own Angel Network she has given back lives to people who had no hope. Many people who have issues with their own weight were inspired as she lost the pounds, and showed how she did it. It seems like every girl and women in this country love and admires her. She is a powerful and wonderful woman in American culture. In a time where 92 million adults (which is over 47%) can not read or write well enough to hold a above-poverty-wage- job; and more than 40% of adults are functionally illiterate (they can read or write just a few words) (The Benefits). This pandemic inspired Oprah to do something, so she decided to start a club. The "Oprah book club" is...
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