This morning as I was thinking about what the new year has in store for each of us and the changes in my life and what they will bring, I read this blog post. The title says so much—“Today is the Day!” I cannot think of better words to use than the ones this author uses. Happy New Year!
Today is an unusual day; a day you don’t get very often.
Today you get to start over.
Today is the day that starts with many of your Yes’s being No’s and many of your No’s being Yes’s.
Today is the day you begin breaking habits, and creating new ones.
Don’t underestimate the importance of today.
If you’ve resolved to read a chapter in a book every day, today is the day to start.
If you’ve resolved to pray every day this year, then do it. Today.
Five years from now, you have the chance to look back and see a clear line drawn in the sand of time and you can say, “I haven’t smoked since the last day of 2013. 2014 was the start of my best year ever.”
If you’ve resolved to exercise this year, today is the day to start.
Because if you don’t…
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