Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. Thank you for making the decision to stop by to visit with me. A day from now will be New Year’s Eve. At this time the topic of new years resolutions come up in discussions. Several days ago I wrote an article Life is likened too… Making New Year’s Resolutions. As you consider your new year’s resolution, may I encourage you to — as I need to encourage myself — use what I share in this article as part of your resolution.
“Although no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.” Carl Bard
Below I will share an excerpt from the article, Life is likened too… Making New Year’s Resolutions
“Life is a process, likened to a puzzle. Pieces of a puzzle that fit together one piece at a time. Life is also likened to baking a cake. One ingredient at a time. I believe ingredients are likened to circumstances. As I learn from the circumstances — that I am given – I gain ingredients. Ingredients are lessons. Life is likened to a journey and a process that reveals circumstances, lessons and opportunities that collectively point me in the direction of my destiny as I stay willing to learn.
Trust is the substance that holds my experiences, lessons and opportunities together as I bake my cake. Life is likened to a tapestry that has two sides. One side with many different colored threads that seem jumbled and out of sorts. On the other side of the tapestry, a beautiful legacy is being created — beyond what I can see or imagine. Life is likened to a school house where I learn how to combine circumstances, lessons, experiences and opportunities that guide me to bake my cake and complete my puzzle.”
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