Thursday, December 31, 2015
New Year, Old You
Quote of the day:
when the wind is perfect, the sail just needs to open and the world is full of beauty. Today is such a day.
A resolution is a decision, an aim, and or dedication to a specific cause. How many resolutions does one have to make with each passing year? And how long can each be sustained? In the new year we start off in a run, only to not finish the race in the end. As a result, the first few weeks are highly productive. Join a gym, yes. Kick a habit, double yes. What then happens? We lose steam. Life can be said to be essentially the sum of all our habits put together.
In the past when I tried to stick to resolutions, it took patience and hard work. I found a better way which involves making weekly or monthly goals instead -making it easier to track and monitor my progress, to develop and grow quickly.
As we acquire new habits and get rid of old ones, putting things in perspective becomes inevitable. In conclusion, waiting for the year to end before making resolutions may not be the best way for growth to happen. Dissect the year into months, weeks and days if you can, and make plans accordingly. In the new year, I hope your dreams and goals all come to pass.
Here's to the new year.
Here's to great accomplishments.
Peace. Love. Light*
Current Listen: Michael Jackson -Billie Jean