We now offer Zumba!
Friday 5:30 pm, Saturday 10 am
COME ON IN AND MOVE!
Welcome to Fabiano’s Karate – Come grow with us!
Matsumura Shorin Ryu Karate, Kobudo (Traditional Weapons), Cardio Kickboxing, Holland Jiu Jitsu Club
Welcome to Holland’s #1 Martial Arts School for over 40 years!
Adults and children of all ages can benefit from martial arts!
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ARE YOU READY TO GET FIT, HAVE FUN AND MAKE FRIENDS?
Fabiano’s Karate is a member of the U.S.K.K.
A quick link to our class schedule can be found HERE
ARE YOU READY TO CONTINUE YOUR JOURNEY?
Journey Before Destination
When will I get there? How much longer will it take? What if it never happens?
Why is it that when we set off on a trip, embark on a new adventure or face a life-altering circumstance these questions tend to occupy our thoughts?
How come we always seem to be in a hurry to be someplace, achieve something or need to know the conclusion? In our haste to reach the endpoint —wherever or whatever that may be—we tend to focus on the culmination and how quickly we can reach it instead of savoring the process and living in the moment.
But what if we shift the emphasis and focus to the journey instead of the destination? Imagine how different the experience would be if the process itself became the goal. Everything would change. Expectations would be different. Self-imposed pressure would be removed. It wouldn’t matter how long, difficult, uncertain or unlikely the outcome may turn out to be. Ultimately it’s through the doing that we uncover our hidden strengths, talents and character. We become stronger through our struggles. We learn who we are through our trials and tribulations. As a result we become better people— stronger and more resilient. Along the way, by taking risks, failing, trying again, persevering, having faith in yourself and determination, we discover so much more about ourselves than we could have possibly imagined.
Instead of rushing to achieve the perceived desired result, enjoy the experience. Live in the moment. Make the most of it. In the end, it’s not about how fast we can make it to the finish. What really matters is what we’ve gained along the way— the memories created through the experiences that enabled us to do so. In reality, the process itself is what is so rewarding. The anticipation, planning, preparing, excitement and looking forward to seeing things to fruition are what make the venture so memorable. What then would be the point of a destination if there is no journey?