This year has been hell and high waters. This damn pandemic still isn’t over. How strong are we as a people to continue on after the heartbreak this life brings. It gets me thinking. Is the reason people make new year resolutions because they have something they can look forward to? I don’t think that is a bad thing. Just as long as it isn’t hurting you or abusing others.
What will be your new year’s resolution? Will it be cliché or the same one from last year? Will it be a new one that you hadn’t done before?
My resolution will be to stop being pessimistic. Time to look at the glass half full instead of half empty. I mean, its good to express your thoughts but optimism can best help mentally. I think I want to work on forgiving the people who have hurt me in the past and forgive myself as well. I want to become financially stable and cut out fast food from my diet. I want to be open and honest with what I do and do not want to do. I don’t want to wear a mask anymore. I want to live a good life. I want to live alone again. I want to be and be joyful in that.
I genuinely hope that whatever you do, wherever you go, who you meet, who you choose to love, its for your betterment. That its for your heart, mind and spirit. Not all journeys are the same and take solace in that. No one can live your life but you.
I hope you are blessed in the best of ways. May God watch over you now and in the coming year.
Verse: Ephesians 4: 22-24
Song: Auld Lang Syne by Mairi Campbell and Dave Francis