A New Year…..A New Beginning

by admin on January 12, 2010

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You might say…why another writing on New Year….Well …I know….

But somehow I feel compelled to write this post….so Please Read On…!!!!

Anyone and everyone Can Have A New Beginning….

What we did last year whether it was all the way we wanted it to be…..or….maybe there are somethings as we look back that we wish were different, and that we would be happy to change given the opportunity….But, that year is closed no changes can be made, it is now in the archives of history, and we cannot make any changes no matter how much we desire to do so.

But, because of this great blessing we call life we have all been given a new clean sheet, a new book with 365 clean, crisp pages that are BLANK, nothing has been entered on those pages, they are not given to us marred nor gilded, and we now have a choice, what will our pages contain, what will they look like, what will be written on them? When we get to the end of the year, our book is completed, and we leaf through our BOOK page by page and view what we have entered on them…..will we have a feeling of satisfaction…”Well Done” …or…???? that choice is ours.

Each day is a new page…

Each day is a new opportunity…

I encourage you to take the challenge….make sure you enter something of value on each new page as your book unfolds.

Lets make it the best year yet…


Debbie Wood March 1, 2010 at 6:35 am

New Beginnings are a life safer for some of us. It’s a way of know ing that life is not hopeless if we fail or make a mistake. Every day is the first day of the rest of our lives and it’s a great way to start each day by telling ourselves that!

Thanks for the reminder Paul.

Kathy Jodrey January 26, 2010 at 10:49 pm


Yes, with each new year comes new hopes and dreams, ambitions, and goals. I think it’s also important to realize that we don’t have to wait for a new year to arrive in order to reach for more. We have a clean slate with every month, day, hour, and minute.

I wish you success and happiness in 2010, in the upcoming month of February, today, and this very moment!

Kathy J

Steve Hachey January 12, 2010 at 7:23 pm

Well said Paul.

I think we forget to realize that we don’t
know how many days we have left and that
is why we need to live life to the fullest each
and everyday that we wake up!

Thanks for writing on this topic.
Puts things into perspective.


Leelja January 12, 2010 at 2:09 pm

Hi Paul,
I like that. I love books – new exiting ones. And as you said each year comprise the chance of new adventures traveling down the road of our life’s journey to fill in the empty pages.


Phil Jackson January 12, 2010 at 10:19 am

Great analogy. The new year is like a blank book with 365 pages for us to create any story we want. Make a great story everyone!

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