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The Company You Keep

When you find peace in your own, quiet company, what you seek from others often changes. Instead of trying to find someone to complete you, you seek people who add to the happiness that you have already found. - Doe Zantamata 

Now and forever

You are living next year's memories now. Enjoy every moment that you can. - Doe Zantamata 

Remembering you

Those little kind things you do may mean so much more to people than you realize. Maybe now, or maybe sometime in the future when they doubt kindness exists, and then they remember you. -  Doe Zantamata 

The Path is the Point

Maybe I'm getting older. What a silly expression. Of course I'm getting older, we all are.  It seems like the past few years, people in general have become more in a rush than ever.  Technology was supposed to free us of mundane labor so that we would have more time. And it sure has. Washing machines, online ordering, coffeemakers, and so many other devices and services save us all the time we used to have to spend to do a lot of necessary stuff.  But what are we doing with these precious hours? Are we creating? Learning? Repairing or building?  Or are many people either consciously or subconsciously just wasting the extra time that they've been given?  It used to be that if there was an article with a headline, if the headline caught a person's eye, they would read the article. Maybe clickbait caused a mistrust in clicking, or reading too many similar things made some people believe that there was no point in even reading the article, but that they should i


You don’t have a chance to go back into history, but you do have a chance to move forward into destiny. -Doe Zantamata 

Realizing Your Value

Realizing your value in all areas of life is critical to receiving people who will appreciate you. Not knowing or dismissing your value will make you only able to receive those who don’t know or dismiss your value, too.  -Doe Zantamata 


Some people recharge by cutting loose and spending time with friends, some people recharge by disconnecting from everyone for just a little while. Know what’s right for you and make time to do it. Whether monthly, weekly, or daily, carve out some time to for you. -Doe Zantamata 

Welcoming the Good

People talk a lot about walking away, distancing, leaving. Bad habits, bad relationships, the word "toxic" thrown in for good measure.  That is all good advice, but if it's all you do, you will be in a void.  You also have to walk towards, get close, and shorten the distance between yourself and the good things. Good habits, good relationships, everything uplifting.  The first relationship to work on is the one you have with yourself.  You've got to love, nurture, accept, encourage, and inspire yourself.  Treat each day like it's the most important day of your life. Make positive choices that you can lay your head down on your pillow at night and feel good about.  Choices that reflect the person you want to be. The best version of yourself that you can be every day.  Act out of honesty, integrity, and love.  Be honest with yourself. Treat yourself the way you want others to treat you. Think, speak, and act out of love towards yourself.  It is only then

Finding the Faith

"Faith" is defined as "having complete trust or confidence in someone or something." Faith is usually tied to religion, or faith in God. When things go bad and you're a good person doing as much as you can but things still fall apart all around you,  this can cause you to doubt your faith or believe you are being tested.  Maybe you are being tested. Or maybe you're in a really bad cycle in life. Or maybe your faith in God is strong and not the problem at all, but your faith in other people or things is misplaced.  In addition to having faith in God, you have to have faith in yourself. Complete trust and confidence. If you are repeatedly being mistreated by someone, know that you deserve better and that change is not going to come from them. Know that you have the power within you to change your circumstances if you believe you do and take actual steps to get yourself out of the place you are in and into much better surroundings. Don't pray po

No fakery, just belief and action.

I don’t believe in “fake it 'til you make it,” but I do believe in, “ believe it until you see it.” What’s the difference? Well, in the first, there is an element of dishonesty in being fake. In the second, it’s all true and real, but the present moment doesn’t yet show the end results. No fakery about it. If you believe you will make a cake, you then gather the ingredients and do the work and soon you’ll have a cake. It’s a three step process; "I believe I will, I am doing, and  then, I have." - Doe Zantamata