"Guest-blogger Judith Whitehead lives in Amherst N.Y. and has worked in the
ophthalmology field of medicine for over 30 years..." Today she talks about the traditions
of New Year resolutions...Happy New Year! Enjoy... ;D)
It seems that the bigger picture here is that one assumes that we are generally unhappy with ourselves and feel the need for change. Why not just make this resolutions thing an ongoing way to live our lives. When we step on the scale and it is slowly rising, cut back on the food intake. If we find ourselves unsatisfied with our employment situation, don’t wait until the first of the year…make a change for the present. If you feel you could be a better person to yourself and others, start today.
Every day should be lived as though it were the first of the year; don’t wait, make a change for the better today. We are given only one life to live, make the most of it and make it mean something for yourself and for others.
Hana Hou, (Encore) Shared from Facebook