It’s almost a new year which means in the next 48 hours we will see clips of “2015’s greatest or biggest…” – sports moments, news stories, movies, memes, etc…
And, we may find ourselves saying – or thinking…”I wish I had made time to ________”, followed by “I resolve to ______”.
As you do, consider these messages:
A repeat from Dr. Wayne Dyer (who passed away in 2015)
“…you can go about resolving until the cows come home, and you still have to live your life just like everyone else on this planet – ONE DAY AT A TIME…set up day-to-day goals for yourself… for example, instead of deciding you are going to give up sugar for a year, resolve to go one day without eating sugar. Anyone can do virtually anything if it is for only one day.”
And, from part of Dorothy Hunt’s poem “Peace”:
Do you think peace requires an end to war
Or tigers eating only vegetables?
Does peace require an absence from your boss, your spouse, yourself?
Do you think peace will come some other place than here?
Some other time than now?
In some other heart than yours?
Peace is this moment without judgement.
That is all.
Peace to all – one day at a time