Friday, December 31, 2010

Dr Eugene Callender on ForGIVEness


Here is our New Year's Gift to you.  May 2011 unfold all its greatest, power, majesty, and love in your life.







A ForGiveness Message from Dr. Eugene Callender 
http://patcrosby.byoaudio.com/files/media/EugeneCallenderForGIVEnessLoveInterview.mp3 -


Highlights:
 Friend of Martin Luther King ~ Eugene helps Alex Haley publish roots ~ forgiveness frees him to express his love ~on 5 US Presidential commissions, many honors. 


In this audio he tells how he was able to forgive extreme and brutal physical abuse from his father, being beaten and hosed down on marches with Dr. King, and finding his center of love within himself through the power of forgiveness.

A totally inspiring audio that will profoundly effect and uplift you with hope for the human conditions we find ourselves in.



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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Frank wrote:
"Dr. Callender: I am so moved with the interview. Thank you so much.

Anonymous said...

Bless you , Dr. Eugene, for all the work you have done in your lifetime to foster the growth of Martin Luther King's vision. You are truly a great man.... Jane

Anonymous said...

Your speech this morning was terrific! You are amazing! I love hearing about how you got Duke Ellington to play before MLK's first appearance in Harlem!! (Happy Early Birthday!).. Vanessa

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Eugene. That is a wonderful story about how your relationship with your father was healed. Harry

Anonymous said...

God bless you Dr. Callender. Thank you for all you have done in the name of love and Dr. King's dream. Heather

Anonymous said...

Thank you Dr. Cellender, it was wonderful to listen to you stories once again. Jorge