“The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.” -Helen Keller
This year has been challenging for all, and it is now time to say goodbye. With the new year two days away, I wish everyone a happy new year. The best of luck and happiness in the next round around the sun!
Life always has its challenges, but how we deal with them matters. When faced with setbacks or hard times, how we react defines who we are as individuals.
As children, they used to tell us, “I love you, never change.” Little did they know that life changes all the time!
But nothing prepared us for so many changes so quickly. This pandemic has taught us that if something is guaranteed is change. Everything we thought we controlled, we realized we didn’t. So now we have to learn to embrace those changes and work with them because change is a part of life.
It’s not a question of when what, or if; it’s a question of how! How will we meet these challenges? How will we overcome them? How can we make a difference for the better, and how do you want to be remembered as a person.
Because you can’t change the past, but your future is waiting for you to decide. What changes will you make in this new year?
New Year’s Resolutions
Every year many people commit to doing this and that. They set goals to become better or achieve certain things they say are essential. If you are a disciplined person, accustomed to doing what you say you will do. This practice seems funny to you. The new year may be an excellent marker to follow, but nothing more than that.
But if you lack that discipline, you might think this is the chance for you. It may be, but not because the year changes.
Let this be the moment you commit to yourself. Let this be the year you drive your change, and not let change drive you.
The only way that this will work is if you understand what you want.
What are your priorities in life?
Once you have clarity, everything else becomes more accessible because these things need to align with what you want for yourself.
Every day, the challenge we face is not changing but adjusting our lives to make those changes work.
Now that you know your priorities and where you want this journey to go, let the new year be a marker for each milestone on the way there.
New Year’s resolutions can be an excellent opportunity for self-reflection and growth. If you feel like this could benefit your journey, then go ahead and embrace them!
Let this year mark a new beginning that will help you grow into who you always wanted to become!
Nothing is more important than our relationships
Our loved ones are the most crucial thing in our lives. We have to be there for them; we need to be present to make a difference. This year has shown me that physical distance is not what keeps us apart, but instead, our emotional distance does.
This year I wish you all to resolve to embrace change! Not the usual things like earning more money or getting fit (although those are great goals). But let’s commit ourselves to be better people, let’s try and understand each other more, let’s forgive more easily and love with all our heart.
On this new year, may your relationships blossom into something beautiful and lasting because that’s what matters at the end of the day. We all want to be healthy and happy, but nothing is guaranteed in life, so it’s vital to take good care of ourselves while enjoying every moment.
Life works in strange ways when something comes along just at the right time, even if we don’t know what we need yet until after it’s there.
So, I wish everyone that this year will be your best yet! And by being the best, I don’t mean without challenges. But, new changes are happening for all of us in different ways, and they’re positive because it makes life more exciting and wonderful. Let’s work together to make this happen.
I wish all of us to be more open-minded and embrace what life offers because we are not promised tomorrow! Make it count. Change yourself for the better!
Happy New Year, everyone! Let’s all resolve to make positive changes in our lives and be the best versions of ourselves in 2022! Thanks for following my work!