Here is the New Year. As I reflect on the event of the past year, I try to recognize what was accomplished in my personal, spiritual and work life, the successes and failures, gains and losses. I’m taking each event as lesson that has thought me something and I hope made me wiser. Even knowing that the losses and the bad events of 2010 were more than the good ones; I still release the past year in gratitude. I know that 2011 will be a better year for everybody. Even if I enter this New Year with sadness I know this is a new day at the start of a new year, and I want to be free of the limiting thoughts of the past. Usually at the beginning of the New Year my husband and I write the New Year resolution list. I don’t have one yet, and right now doesn’t matter to me. Perhaps I will do something I have not tried before or go somewhere I’ve never been. I will keep my mind open, take one day at time, and accept all my new experience as loving gifts.
Goodbye 2010, Welcome 2011.