Compassion for myself is the most powerful healer of them all. –Theodore Isaac Rubin
Welcome fellow travelers and seekers of peace, happiness, and truth.
This month, let us celebrate thankfulness. Thanksgiving is a time to count our many fortunes. Although I don’t celebrate the holidays, for personal reasons, it always amazes me when I’m having a 1-on-1 session with someone. I ask myself, “how thankful is this person?”
During my sessions, I’m listening to what is not being said as opposed to what is being said. One of those things that are not being said is not being thankful. Or shall I say being thankful enough.
We must learn that the willingness to allow other possibilities gives us life; it renews us and makes us a living organism. Always be the change you want to see in yourself & others even after the holidays. This suggestion will open you more for change and it will help keep you fresh, aware, alive, happier and most of all, out of a rut. Focus on passion.
Free Your Mind,
Donald ‘Dr. D.’ Tate