December 4, 2018

Happy Tuesday Wholetonians,

What an amazing season! Hopefully you watched me and Lillian draw the winning names for our NYC Christmas contest on Facebook live. If you missed it, here is the replay:

I want to thank all of you who entered, either during our Black Friday Sale, or our refer-a-friend event. As I have mentioned many times, I couldn’t do what I do without you, and the NYC contest was just my way of making our yearly event a lot more exciting! I’m so happy that we have some Wholetonians joining us for Christmas in New York!

I am very passionate about what I do and how it translates to all of you. I listen to what you write in our surveys, and your wonderful posts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! You, the Wholetonians, help me decide what I focus on for the future. One overwhelming commonality is that just about all of you want a NEW Wholetones Christmas album. Well, I am happy to announce that I will undertake Wholetones Christmas Volume 2 in 2019!!!

I will also be releasing my newest project, “ACTIV,” very soon, and you will get the “insiders” update the moment I have a launch date.

Now, lets go to this weeks musing, “Saved By The Bell.”

I am sure most of us have watched the movie, “Rocky,” where Rocky Balboa was getting pummeled by his opponent, and right when it looked like he was down and out, the bell rang! From time to time, we experience a few “hard knocks” along our journey. Maybe I am talking to someone right now who feels as if they are on the ropes, on the verge of being knocked out…remember, there is still time to be saved by the bell! I can tell you from personal experience, I have been hanging on to the ring ropes, head spinning more than a few times in my life. And just when I thought I was finished, I prayed, and asked God to make a way where there was no way to be found. And suddenly, EVERYTHING dramatically changed. These divine interventions are called miracles, and they happen far more often than you can imagine!

Once, someone asked me if I believe in miracles, I told them, “I don’t believe in miracles, I depend on them.” When we come to the end of ourselves, we discover the kindness of God. Sometimes when we are in the heat of the battle, we forget that we are not alone in it, and help is just a prayer away. It took me many years to learn that there is one who knows me better than myself, and is always willing to fight my battles…if I simply trust Him to do it.

I pray that this is a timely word for someone. Call on God, He’ll hear you, and then, expect to be saved by the bell. Believing for miracles for all of you during this season. God bless you. Until next week…


Be Whole,
Michael S. Tyrrell


P.S. Did you know we have a eBay store where we have open box items AND new Wholetones items for sale at a discount? Check it out here: