Saturday, December 29, 2007

Thinking About the New Year

2007 is almost over. Time to make New Year's Resolutions. Or not. I like to make them, but I'm not so great at keeping them. Still, I persist, trying to refine my methods. I haven't chosen any resolutions yet, but I'm thinking about what I'd like to do this coming year.

It's always good to set at least one resolution for physical health and another for spiritual health. Since I have a tendency to be a hermit, a social resolution would be useful, too. I just need to not get carried away and set too many!

This coming year will bring us a presidential election, so a resolve to read up on the candidates and to vote is important. Then there is learning about what is going on in the world and in our country so that I can decide what would be good to do or not do, whether it is in personal choices or in voting for president.

I also want to pick a subject that I would like to study more in-depth this year. Good thing I like to read and write!

Whatever I choose for my resolutions, I want them to guide me to a better life. I want to develop talents and improve knowledge. I also want to improve my health, character, and finances. Spiritual development is first on my list, although the other things are a part of that. So those thoughts will guide me in resolving to improve this year. What are your thoughts about resolutions?

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