WHAT DID I EVEN ACHIEVE THIS YEAR?

Monday, December 19, 2016


As 2016 comes to a close, it is wisdom to review the events that has occurred as you plan for the year ahead. The progress made, challenges faced, numerous blessings received, victories won, unachieved goals, safe trips and good health enjoyed are worth reviewing. 

When we take stock of this year, it creates room for gratitude and repositions the mind for greater heights in the coming year. If there is nothing to be grateful for, just remember that you are still alive. 

So many persons died in 2016: both the young and the old, the rich and poor, the educated and illiterate, the beautiful and ugly (if any), the decent ones and the drunkards, the morally righteous and the prostitutes, the mentally stable and the insane persons, the healthy individuals and the bedridden ones, the wealthy in affluence and the starving child in poverty. This list is endless. We made it this far.

As bitter as this sounds, there are still some persons that are still alive today but will not enter the new year. Being full of gratitude for the gift of life has the potential to make the challenges we faced of little significance.

We are not "there yet". But for where we are, let's count our blessings.

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Fruitful New Year.

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