'Super Soul Sunday' Guests And Celebrities Tell Oprah What The World Needs (VIDEO)

12/20/2013 09:42 am ET | Updated Dec 20, 2013
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At the end of each episode of "Super Soul Sunday," Oprah goes "soul to soul" with her guests and asks a series of quick-fire questions about spirituality. The revealing answers don't only offer an intimate glimpse into the thoughts of others, but can also spark anyone listening to experience a profound "aha" moment -- including Oprah.

In the above video from "Super Soul Sunday," eight guests, from music legend Tina Turner to Sandy Hook parents Francine and David Wheeler, take on one of Oprah's big questions: What does the world need?

Despite their different backgrounds and wide-ranging belief systems, these guests seem to base their answers on the same foundation: loving authenticity.

"[The world needs] an open heart," says bestselling author and licensed psychologist Dr. Robin Smith.

"Love," respond the Wheelers.

"More love," says Dr. Maya Angelou.

Turner believes that a deeper understanding of your authentic self is what's needed. "[The world needs] guidance, spirituality," she tells Oprah. "Find out who you are to get [yourself] on the right track and stay in the light."

Watch the video above to hear the rest of the answers, including what Grammy-winning artist India.Arie believes is the first step in healing the world.

"Super Soul Sunday" airs Sundays at 11 a.m. ET on OWN.

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