Thursday, December 30, 2010

Year End

As you approach the end of the year, it's natural to look back and reflect on different events. Some memories bring smiles, but others bring regret. Now is a good time to clean house -- to confess your shortcomings to God, to apologize and make amends to those you have wronged, and then to leave the pain behind. Forget the failures of the past and move forward into the new year with expectation and excitement. (The One Year Mini For Men, 27 December)

It's almost scary when another year has slipped by. You wonder where it went and how it went by so quickly. That's why it is so important to do your best each day, in your work, in your relationships, in your walk with God, and yes, even in your rest. Be faithful to the responsibilities and the call that God has given you. Then, at year's end, you will have the satisfaction of finishing a job well done. And God will be pleased as well. (The One Year Mini For Men, 28 December)

"Let me first be sure what I intend and the reasons for my choices; this will guide my thoughts into constructive channels, and keep me from attempting the impractical or impossible." (Celebra Tueli in One Day At A Time In Al-Anon, 28 December)

Happy New Year to Blogger and Facebook Followers
Mr. Dickie
30/Dec/2010 7:47

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