Hi from Salt Lake City
by Elizabeth Pasquale on August 26, 2010
It’s the first day of USANA Convention and the one thing that sticks in my mind above all the amazing things that were said this morning is this: Patti Rooney: “It’s once in a lifetime one gets to work with a man the caliber of Dr. Myron Wentz.”
Dr. Wentz is a visionary, the founder of USANA Health Sciences and Sanoviv Medical Center, and the builder of health centers in Uganda and Cambodia. And I get to work with him, represent him, and carry out his mission of ending disease.
I can’t begin to tell you how my heart sings to accept this challenge.
I count my blessings of the great men I’ve had the honor of calling my mentors, the men who have caused me to rethink my life and start in a new direction. My life has been many times blessed.
As a teen, it was Robert Wilson, the visionary theater director who changed my world from suburban New Jersey to encompassing the glove. In my twenties to now, it was the Nyingma lamas, Dilgo Khentse Rinpoche and Khenchen Palden Sherab. In my professional life it was first Dr. John Upledger, founder of CranioSacral Therapy, who I had the honor to train under. Now Dr. Wentz.
My question might be Why Me? What greatness does the universe expect of me, that it has given me so many visionaries to direct my path? Once in a lifetime would be a phenominal gift.
What greatness do I expect of myself to be given these blessings?