I pray that everyone will have an excellent 2015. May you have wonderful stuff happen for you and unhappy events pass you by.
Last Sunday, the discussion in Sunday School turned to New Years being the beginning of a new cycle and that it’s natural to anticipate how it will unfold, what will be new or different. As part of that anticipation, we think about what we will do differently. and this is why New Years resolutions have become a tradition. If we think more about the doing different for the cycle, the year,and less about how it’s a resolution we just made, it’s more likely that we will follow through on our resolutions and less likely to abandon them.
I shared a resolution with the class that I’ve made for 2015. It’s similar to other resolutions I’ve made in the past that never took hold so I’m more than a little nervous about this one: I resolve to post on my blog every weekday in 2015.
There- I’ve published it for everyone to see. We can all watch to see how long I can keep my resolution. If you have any thoughts on my resolution or New Years resolutions of your own to share, I’d love to hear them in the comments section.