Ellen DeGeneres – Memorable Monologue – Helping People
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[Ellen DeGeneres – Memorable Monologue – Helping People]
[Ellen Lee DeGeneres (January 26, 1958):] Source: LYBIO.net
Life is so much better, when we help each other. You know, when you take the focus of yourself and you stop thinking about my needs, my problems, my humps, my humps, my lovely lady lumps. You know according to the Dalai Lama, if you want to be happy, you think about others, if you want to be miserable, think about yourself, and if you can learn to rely on each other, you’ll become an Islands in the Stream, that’s according to the Dolly Parton. That Dolly she is as wise as she is really a good country singer.
Being helpful isn’t just about what we say? It’s also about when we say it, like people you know, people say be careful, but then they say it right after you hurt yourself, it’s like the second after you hit yourself on the head, be careful that chandelier is pointy. And then lookout for that pool of your own blood it’s slippery.
It’s also the way you something you know, if you talk in a calm, positive voice that puts people at ease, like I’ll go in for an appointment and if they say it in a gentle voice, like okay Mr. DeGeneres if you’ll take off your blouse, I’ll check your back for moles. Oh that’s an interesting shape, it’s soothing, I don’t even mind that it’s my accountant, I don’t care.
[Ellen DeGeneres:] Source: LYBIO.net
The Dalai Lama says thinking of others, is the first step on the road to enlightenment, and then he says, the next step is to get up, get on up, stay on the scene like a sex machine and dance…
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