We go through our lives, doing what we do, forgetting to do what we should, doing things we shouldn't, and then . . .
It's New Year's Eve. We Celebrate. We Reflect. We Resolve.
For 24 hours (or 1440 minutes or 86400 seconds) we stop and think about where we are, where we are going, why, how, who . . .
You read the articles essays from the experts about how most resolutions fail. We suddenly expect to much of ourselves, and then don't seem to find the time to follow through. Our resolutions fail.
1440 minutes of reflection (or drinking, or talking, or sleeping, or . . .)
That works out to roughly 4 minutes a day.
Maybe . . .
Instead of waiting around until the end of the year to reflect, we should spend 4 minutes a day to focus.on what we need to do.
Just a thought. What do you think?
Happy New Years . . .