No--I'm not in a hurry for the end of the year; I saw the movie "New Year's Eve" yesterday. And in it, Hilary Swank's character describes New Year's Eve as a time to reflect, to have hope, to take chances. I liked the movie, but my question is this: why New Year's Eve? Why not every day?
Why wait until December 31st? I think we should reflect every day. I think we should have hope every day. I think we should take chances--within reason, of course--every day.
If I didn't feel this way, I don't know if I'd be a very good teacher. A good teacher reflects all the time on the lessons, the students' performances, what worked and what didn't. If I didn't feel this way I probably wouldn't have had the surgery, so you wouldn't be reading this right now!
So a short post today, telling you to pretend every day is New Year's Eve. Every day, you should make--and follow through--with new resolutions. Every day, you should reflect on your life, on your choices, on your desires. Every day, you should take chances--especially if those chances lead you to your heart's desire!
Have a significant Sunday!