I am loathe to write a 2015 New Year’s resolution. Not because the air waves are clogged with endless goals but because…it’s just another day! I know goal-setting is expedient to achieving many accomplishments but when it comes to life goals, shouldn’t you be aspiring to be a better version of yourself everyday, anyway?
The hysteria of 2014 has come to an end
Life has flipped a new page
There’s a frenetic rush to begin 2015 with strong strides.
2015 New Year’s resolutions have reared their modest heads
In the far corners of our minds we ask:
Will 2015 be any different?
Will it present opportunities for success?
Will I make any remarkable impact on anyone/anything?
The prudent know that the keys to living a fulfilled life begins with
Eschewing the idea that life is void of obliqueness, and
embracing the vicissitude of a dynamic humanism.
My 2015 “New” day resolution
I’m a tad wiser these days and I’ve learned a thing or two about life
So I have this perennial mantra glued to my mind, and that is:
For every new day I’m fortunate to fill my lungs with air,
I’ll remunerate the Guardian Spirit who never catches a shut-eye
With my voluntary and cheerful choice to
1. Maintain a positive attitude–whether riding on the high of good news or temporarily dwelling in the valley of unmet expectations
2. Keep malice with no one, and have charity toward all
3. Marvel at the little miracles that I am lucky to encounter
4. Be mad curious and try new things
These are my 2015 New Year’s resolutions. For those who want a structured goal-setting to accomplish their goals, check this out. Recognizing the human foible weaken in resolve, and the human capacity to be resilient, Oprah said this, “Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.”
Cheers to 2015!
For every new day 2015 presents: Your thoughts are supreme; therefore, think on the good.