- The Upanishads 800 - 500 B.C.
Let me tell you a story. Some stories 'ain't straight lines. In Tibet when devotees go on pilgrimages they go in circles. So too does this thingie we have called life. We begin our journey as a dot and travel in a circle back to the beginning. Then when we get there that beginning leads to an ending that leads to another beginning. Circles within circles that all connect.
I have spoken enough about pain and suffering that we all experience in life. THE BEST thing that could have happened to me is hitting my rock bottom. It opened me up. It made me SEE. It helped me find Mister SomeOne Out-There, my inner self. And by finding my MSOT my TRUE life journey began. One of those circles began. Painful events prepare you for something grand. The "everything happens for a reason" kicks in. It uplifts us. In my case it was when I was able to connect the dots and make my picture. That picture is my Destin-ee, my dream, my vision. That vision helped me create DotsHQ, which is where I am heading. So I now get the opportunity to not only connect the dots to create a picture for mySELF, but now I get to help all of wee dots to connect. My Destin-ee will complete another circle. And like in Tibet, I will begin another circle. See, the circles don't stop. Only this thingie we named life stops. And that is because man has limited itself to time and space. It took some hardship for me to begin to understand. It took some suffering to help me begin another circle. I know now that the circle is a continuous one. An eternal one. Knowing that now I do not limit mySELF. I know where I am heading to complete the greatest circle of all. My LIFE has a beginning and an end, but that is only because man has created those limits. The circles don't stop. The circles are eternal. See, I am a dot. You too are a dot. By watching me we are connecting. WE are creating a picture. We are connecting the dots. Welcome to DotsHQ. When we are connected we will continue our pilgrimage in circles, eternal circles, one STEP at a time.....just like in Tibet!