What’s important in your life? Do you ask yourself that question on the last day of the year, or any other day on the year for that matter?
I do, and have always done over the decades and years. I always get a little melancholic…
Every year we make trillions decisions that shape our world. Some we regret and some we embrace.
It’s totally fine to have regrets if we don’t dwell on them, but instead see what we can learn from them and forgive ourselves for wrong decisions.
I’m not much for holiday festivities. It’s a show for the galleries.
As Dean Martin once said; “New Year’s Eve is for amateurs,” whatever he meant by that?
I don’t really believe in all these New Year promises people make. Most of them are broken in a snip of time.
Better having an intention than a wish.
Every thought we have comes back to us sooner or later. If we are not content with how our lives look, we have concentrated on what we don’t want instead of what we do want.
That’s why all self-help books out there tell you to be positive instead of being negative.
But unfortunately it’s not that easy. We as well have to have the corresponding frequency vibrating of the item, wish or experience we want to have/create.
So, what ever you want to create: get the feeling of already having it, and just GO OUT AND GET IT.
STOP WISHING START DOING!
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2020!