Part of a Movement: It’s The New Year!

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No matter how dark the moment, love and hope are always possible

George Chakiris

As 2021 draws to a close, it has been another extraordinary and challenging year—a replica of 2020. I have taken stock of my life, and I am grateful and blessed to be alive, surrounded by love. Many people aren’t so lucky, and that’s not lost on me. 

Our world has changed in more ways than one. We are still battling a pandemic that has taken over millions of lives; I have lost count of the dead. Yet, our world finds a way to renew. When a new day dawn, we repeat living all over again. People fall in love; they fight, bicker, and save lives. People have just been, well, human.

I love the peeping clouds!

However, I am determined to live my life as part of a positive movement of change. I want to make a difference and foster love rather than hatred, encouraging generations of people who are determined to preserve life, not destroy it.  

We will open the book. Its pages are blank. we are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called opportunity and its first chapter is New Year’s Day

Edith lovejoy pierce

I will not make a new year resolution. Instead, I want to put a smile a people’s faces. We all need to laugh more and enjoy every moment of our lives. Why? Because our time on this part of heaven is so short.

Happy New Year to all my friends and everyone reading this. May God bless and keep you all!

Much love, always.

6 comments on “Part of a Movement: It’s The New Year!

  1. Happy New Year to you, Sandra. I hope 2022 will be a glorious year for you and your family!
    Cheers!
    Christy Nelson

  2. Jeff says:

    I love the quote by Edith Lovejoy Pierce. I also don’t make “resolutions,” any more. I don’t even have “goals,” because a true goal must be measurable. I suppose I have aspirations. To love more is my biggest one. May you be richly blessed in the coming year (and always), my friend! ❤

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