Thursday, December 31, 2009

New Year's Eve





Today everyone is probably writing about New Year's Eve & New Year's resolutions, I'm not really into this game. Don't get me wrong, I love holidays & New Year's Eve can be a lot of fun with the right friends, etc. But to me, it's really no different then any other day. I try to find the joy in every moment of everyday so although there are some days that are better then others because of events, etc. I truly enjoy each day.

So do you make New Year's resolutions? If you do make them do you actually keep them? My experience with the people I've known in my life are that most people make resolutions but not to many of them actually keep the resolutions they make. I've never made resolutions. There are a couple of reasons for this; first, I've always been a man of my word, so if I made a resolution I would feel bound to make it happen. Second, as I've gotten older I began to understand that resolutions aren't the answer. Instead of resolutions I set intentions. To me there's a big difference between the two. Resolutions are a pledge or a promise to do something. Intentions are an action. I set intentions everyday for the fulfillment of my dreams. The true key to intentions is to set the intention & let go of the results. It is the letting go of results that allows God/universe to work & manifest my intention in it's own way. Through actively setting intentions we will find a more joyful life. Learn to set your intentions everyday, not just on New Year's Ev,e & discover the practice of detachment from the results.

I've written over the past few days about letting go of the past & the idea of starting a new or turning the page on your life is a wonderful part of New Year's Eve. My wish for everyone of you is to start each day with the same fresh outlook you experience on New year's eve. Remember the feeling of joy this event brings to you & recreate it in each day of this new year.

I'll be off till Monday, I hope you enjoy the holiday.

Hugs,

Bill

Quote of the day: "My hope for the New Year is that all of your dreams are manifested in the perfect way."


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4 comments:

Canyn said...

Wonderfully insightful post, as usual, Dear Bill. I agree with your view of New Year Resolutions. Every day starts a new year and new life. Every sunrise brings a new opportunity to be happy. Just loved reading this. Have a wonderful weekend. Hope it's fun. Love to you and your family.

Marty Duane said...

This is so similar to what I wrote that it's creepy. How did that happen? I promise I didn't peek at yours until "after" mine was posted. Great minds think alike :)

Timberwolf123 said...

Thanks Canyn as always I appreciate your comments & support. I hope 2010 is the best yet for you.

Hugs,

Bill

Timberwolf123 said...

Marty, it is funny how that works sometimes. Thanks for all your help in 2009. Look forward to getting to know you better in 2010.

Hope it's a great New year!

Hugs,

Bill