Resolution lists are typically filled with the intent to eliminate the bad and unhealthy habits we have been engaging in for years. Of course, no one has to remind you of what your unhealthy habits are.
So here we are in another new year, new day, new month, and a new time. We are so very blessed to see and embrace another opportunity to make right in the present, the wrongs that were done and purposefully ignored in the past. In this new year, will we see an improvement where hardened hearts are softened, becoming more understanding and compassionate? Or will we still see another new year of empty promises, salacious insults and scathing accusations that sadly I already saw on the first day of this new year on social media? Sometimes, it is truly clear just how much we are our own worst enemy…by lethal spiritual suicide and assassination. New Year, an unchanged and bitter heart and broken resolutions? 😦
I stopped making New Year’s resolutions decades ago because it never ends well for me. Too much stress! 🙂 I know it is said it’s not how you begin, but it is how you end. Right now, however, each new year rides on the waves of how we began, because there is too much at stake for too many people to begin a brand new year with the ‘same old-same’ old mindset!