As usual, thank you for reading along!

If you have been following these blogs for the past year or so you will notice that I don’t really give advice or tell you what to do.

At the very least, which is probably the most, I encourage you to live; and with others, create the life you want to live. This concept or idea is and was a very fundamental starting point for any time you wished to be alive and living. You and your cohorts created life.

With this in mind, this too becomes a basic fundamental to health and wellness- creating life. Not just living the one that has been handed to you or created for you, but one that you create.

You’ll also notice that I don’t tell you what life and living are- it’s for you to decide, and feel free to change your mind as many times as you would like.

I often feel a little downhearted when I hear of some high school student trying to decide what college they are going to attend, and at 16 or 17 years old, and with no wisdom and very little life experience trying to decide what pigeon hole they will shove themselves into for the rest of their lives… and again, all of this without really having lived!

My son Austin is one of the brightest people I know, and has recently achieved his third decade of life, he told his mom that he believed young men truly do not mature until they are 30 years old!

Somehow he felt that he had finally “grown-up.”  By my reckoning, that’s about 12 to 14 years from when he was supposedly grown enough in high school to simply decide his life. That was nearly half his entire lifetime ago.

But getting back on topic my blogs are meant only to encourage you to set out on your journey, and seek your fortune, whatever that may be. To me, this is the only way to truly be healthy and well- create the life you want to live, and while you are doing so you will find yourself very much alive, healthy, and well!

Before I end, I’ll leave you with a few quotes from Lao Tzu, Chinese philosopher, author of the Tao Te Ching, and contemporary of Confucious in the 6th century B.C,

“Watch your thoughts, they become your words,

Watch your words, they become your actions,

Watch your actions, they become your habits,

Watch your habits, they become your character,

Watch your character, it becomes your destiny.”

Kind of heavy, but ultimately you and the world you live in come from your very thoughts.

This is another point I have been trying to makeover these past many blogs.

As Lao Tzu once said,

“At the center of your being you have the answer, you know who

you are, and you know what you want.”

See? You don’t need anyone telling you what to do or think!

Go out there and do it to it! I’m rootin’ for ya!!!!

Take Care,

Dr. Dave


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