Welcome fellow travelers and seekers of peace, happiness and truth.
The New Year has arrived and the old stuff still dwindles. Just like last year and year before “hope” survived. When we set out to accomplish a massive goal, a New Year’s resolution, which is more important: the fact that you’d accomplish it, or the fact that you were able to? Just a thought.
With that being said, I would like to introduce you to a couple of new services that I’ve been looking forward in sharing with you. S.T.F.O., The 5 Love languages through Yoga, which will be offered in February, and an exciting opportunity to come and celebrate the launching of my first book, “From their Eyes to Our Heart” authored by Dr. Donald Tate & Christopher Curry, February 11th at the Denton Johnson Community Center in Eatonville, at 6pm.
Each month, you will experience a deeper understanding of who you are and why you’re here. In the song, “Lookin’ for Love in All the Wrong Places” song writers Wanda Mallette and Patti Ryan’s say:
“I’ve spent a lifetime looking for you
Single bars and good time lovers, never true
Playing a fools game, hoping to win
Telling those sweet lies and losing again.”
They were exploring a universal theme. Most of us are guilty of this because we have not learned to look for love from within. Some of us still believe that love must be found outside of ourselves. Some believe that we will find fulfillment and completion in another person. Was Oscar Wilde correct when he said, “Nowadays, people know the price of everything and the value of nothing.” What are your values? What really matters to you? How do you show your caring by indicating your values?
P.S. Remember, it will be important for you to keep your real goals in perspective. Be mindful of what makes you and those you love happy, not just what keeps you occupied.
Free Your Mind,
Donald ‘Dr. D.’ Tate