It’s the last day of 2012. It’s the time for closure and for new beginnings. It’s great to make new resolutions but it’s also important to take stock of the year that has gone by and think through your achievements, what you gained, what you learned and what you cherish about the year gone by. This gives you a sense of achievement and also gives you a reality check about what you can expect from the coming year. You’ll end up making more realistic resolutions and can spend 2013 effectively.
So spend the last few hours of 2012 thinking about the good things of the year gone by and the greater things that the coming year is bringing your way. Think of a great way to spend the first few days of 2013. I’m going on the Vipassana retreat: http://www.paphulla.dhamma.org/ – you can perhaps meditate at home?
The last video for 2012: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=87S8GMxITWM. Remember to ‘Like’.
Have a great New Year! 🙂