Repeat after me:
“In 2013, I resolve to love all the children of the world as if they are my own children.”
There you go. You now have the only New Year’s Resolution you need. You’re welcome.
When you look at a list of popular American New Year’s resolutions, I am sure you can relate to them. Most of them have been on my list at least once. And, the resolution I am offering you is not meant to replace any of these. It’s meant to re-frame them. Let me ask you: Why do we want to get fit and drink less and finally get our messy finances in order? Too often, we make these resolutions for the reason – I am not a good enough person and this is the year when I will finally be a good person. This is a sucky reason. Plus, it’s not true. You are already good enough. I am already good enough. And, as individuals, we are all doing the best we can. Continue reading